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Employers Who Don't Provide A Workstation For Remote Working Could Face Injury Claims

With many of us working from home for an extended period and no end in sight, what responsibilities...
Sarah Stacey
Sarah Stacey

5:10 PM - 20 Oct 2020



The Last Word With Matt Cooper

Employers Who Don't Provide A Workstation For Remote Working Could Face Injury Claims

Sarah Stacey
Sarah Stacey

5:10 PM - 20 Oct 2020

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With many of us working from home for an extended period and no end in sight, what responsibilities do employers have towards their employees?

Employment solicitor Richard Grogan says employees must be provided with a proper desk and chair, but many don't have these basic necessities.

He predicts an increase in personal injury claims as a result of remote workers sustaining back injuries.

Richard joined us on The Last Word to talk through this and some of the other things employees are entitled to.

Employers Who Don't Provide A Workstation For Remote Working Could Face Injury Claims

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