How do you Manage Travel-Related Quarantine?
In June, a two-week quarantine was brought in for most people entering the UK from overseas.
Though many countries have since been exempted from the rules because of their lower coronavirus rates, quarantine restrictions have been reapplied to several countries including Spain, France, Netherlands, Malta, Luxembourg, Belgium, Andorra, Bahamas, Monaco, Turks & Caicos, and Aruba.
As the list of countries is regularly reviewed based on coronavirus rates, this will naturally have an impact on employers who will now have to carefully manage the self-isolation period for any employees they have coming back from travel to those countries.
The experts of CCF Associate Member, Citation, have put together the key considerations every employer needs to make when it comes to travel-related quarantine in their business.
The guide answers the following questions:
- What is the position on foreign travel?
- What do employees get paid during this period of self-isolation?
- Can I force an employee to take this self-isolation period as holiday?
- Can I cancel my employee’s holiday?
- How can I manage this within my business?
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