After several weeks of quasi-lockdown in Germany and immense public pressure to lift limitations imposed by COVID-19, more and more companies are starting to resume their activities. For some, this means increasing the number of employees who can again come in and work from a company office, rather than from their homes. For others, it means a complete restart of operations. In this situation, employers are faced with a myriad of legal requirements they have to comply with. Employers need to take the right actions at the right times to minimize the risk of potential liability that could result from an improper resumption of business activities.
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