Europe: New CMS Employment Webinar Series: "Navigating the new COVID employment landscape"


January 20, 2022

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Navigating the new COVID employment landscape - CMS FREE WEBINAR SERIES

Despite a successful vaccine roll-out, the world continues to contend with new variants of COVID-19. As countries scramble to adapt to ongoing infection risks, it is clear that working life isn’t going to back to the way it was any time soon.

In a new series of Wednesday webinars, CMS employment law experts will navigate you through the shallows of the new laws and requirements and will consider what the current pandemic challenges mean for employers in individual jurisdictions.

Each free 50-minute webinar will see CMS employment specialists from two countries explore current and potential workplace issues in their respective jurisdictions – including:
•    Latest health and safety requirements for employers
•    Current rules on vaccinations – and what policies employers can (and can’t) impose
•    Adapting employment terms to accommodate flexible employment including remote working/working from home, hybrid working and permanent relocation.

Beyond COVID-related issues, each session will also look at what other pressing employment topics are arising in each jurisdiction and latest employment-related regulation, e.g. on whistleblowing. Each session will end with a short Questions & Answers panel.

This is an essential opportunity for corporate employers to get concise, expert insight regarding their country-specific workplace responsibilities and options going into 2022.

Register for free!

The webinars will take place 15:00-15:50 CET (except 10:00-10:50 CET for Singapore and China; and Colombia & Switzerland session at 16.00-16.50 CET) on Wednesdays throughout January and will be conducted in English. Click on the relevant jurisdiction and date to reserve your free place.

And please forward this invitation to any colleagues or clients who may find it valuable to attend.

We look forward to seeing you.

Sincerely yours,
Dr. Christopher Jordan



    26 January – Poland & Hungary
    2 February – Slovakia & Czech Republic
    9 February – Spain & Portugal
    16 February – Ukraine & North Macedonia
    23 February – Turkey & Austria
    2 March – Singapore & China
    9 March – Germany & Norway
    16 March – United Kingdom & France
    23 March – Switzerland & Colombia
    30 March – The Netherlands & Belgium
    6 April –  Russia & Monaco
    13 April – Romania & Italy
    20 April – Serbia & Montenegro