However, for workers who are unable to perform their jobs from home, and who have been deemed non-essential by the government, they are left sitting at home, out of work and without pay. That means no way to pay their mortgage, their bills or to purchase the essential food items they need to feed their families. The government has provided them with the means to do these things, albeit on a much less grand scale and that is something that we can all be thankful for. Still, these workers are left wondering when the coronavirus pandemic will end and if they will still have a job to go back to when it does.

The Law Protects Workers

     Fortunately, the law protects workers, especially those who have lost their jobs due to a crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic we are currently experiencing. Sometimes, our employers don’t have our best interests in mind when they make certain choices about our employment. This can affect our livelihood and our ability to take care of our families.

Contact A Legal Professional

     If you feel that you have been treated unfairly by your employer during the coronavirus pandemic, contacting a legal professional for advice is the first thing you should do. An attorney who specialises in employment law can help you understand your rights and has your best interests in mind.

     Remember, if you have been treated unfairly by your employer during the coronavirus, you have rights and Aman Solicitors Advocates will fight for, and protect, your right to continued employment after the coronavirus pandemic is over.

Contact Aman Solicitors Advocates

     To learn more about your employment rights during the coronavirus pandemic, contact Aman Solicitors Advocates today and speak with a legal professional who can assist you and answer any question you might have.

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