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Nicola Laver

Editor, Solicitors Journal




The Employment Lawyers Association (ELA) called for more government research into the pandemic's impact on UK employees' health and career development. In written evidence to a House of Lords inquiry, the ELA asked government to investigate whether remote working has had particularly negative impacts on training new and or inexperienced employees; and whether the effects of covid-19 are more keenly felt by more vulnerable parts of the workforce, which risks accentuating issues like the gender, disability and ethnicity pay gaps. 20 October 2020