How will long COVID affect you and your business?

Event details

Join Christine Husbands Managing Director, RedArc who provide FSB Care and Hannah Thomas from FSB Employment Protection as they discuss the impact of long COVID on small employers and their employees, small business owners and the self-employed. They’ll be answering your questions about dealing with long COVID in the workplace and the implications for employment law, including:

  • the latest research about long COVID and how it affects our health
  • guidance for employers, such as absence management, Statutory Sick Pay and the Equality Act
  • where you can find additional support if you or an employee is experiencing long COVID

You’ll also hear from FSB member Dave Sharpe about how he’s managing the effects of long COVID whilst running his own business.

Hosted by FSB Member Sandra Garlick MBE, founder of the Woman Who Inspires Network.

We are keen to take your questions so please submit them in advance to [email protected] or there is space to submit them when you book your place.

Sandra Garlick MBE, FSB Member and Host

Managing Director, RedArc who provide FSB Care

Hannah Thomas, FSB Employment Protection

Dave Sharpe, FSB Member and International MC and BBC Broadcaster

Event contact

For general enquiries regarding the event, please email [email protected]

Further information

One of FSB’s objectives is to value diversity and inclusion in everything it does and the strength of FSB rests on attracting the greatest number and diverse small business owners and the self-employed which reflect the whole of the UK business population. We therefore want existing and new small business owners and the self-employed, from whichever communities they belong to, to feel welcomed and a part of the FSB community.

All of our events, whether focused on a specific issue or equality characteristic, are therefore open to all. This also underpins the notion of allyship where marginalised groups are supported by those not from the specific groups or communities and offers mutual benefits for shared learning, wider conversations and a collective responsibility to inclusivity. If you have any questions please email the event organiser here.

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