Apologies if this has already been addressed. If so, I'd be most grateful if someone can point me in the right direction.
My company is planning to return to work (with limited personnel) during week commencing 11th or 18th May. In terms of communication to staff, I am mindful of the need for transparency regarding measures that will be put in place to adhere to social distancing rules, etc. (oh...I work in manufacturing and a majority of employees are in the factory).
Has anyone come across employees refusing to return to work when recalled and how this was dealt with. I know disciplinary would be a very last resort especially as we would have to take into consideration individual circumstances such as people shielding, childcare, etc.
Any thoughts on this would be very much appreciated.
Many thanks in advance