As Trinidad and Tobago continue to face the challenges associated with existing public health restrictions and stay-at-home orders, many employers have turned to work-from-home, where feasible, to support business continuity and survival. Under normal circumstances, time management is often a difficult task and usually manifests in significant overtime bills for many companies. Remote work introduces a new set of challenges for employers, not only with time management but also with ensuring that work is conducted in a safe environment and manner.
But what should happen when a worker wishes to claim overtime in a remote environment? What happens if an injury occurs? What are the rights and obligations of employers and employees?
Whether you have an existing work-from-home policy or considering the development of a remote work system, this two-part session will frontally address these issues and equip participants with the knowledge and tools needed to competently and correctly address matters associated with overtime and injury in a remote environment.
Topics to be Covered
Part One: Managing and Addressing Overtime (June 29th)
Part Two: Managing and Addressing Injury (July 8th)
Part One: Tuesday, 29th June 2021
Part Two: Thursday, 8th July 2021
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (both days)
Cost (for series)
$500.00 plus vat per person (ECA Members)
$700.00 plus vat per person (Non-Members)