What can an employer do if a suspicious employee is found at the workplace? Can (s)he be separeted? Can (s)he be sent home? Should the salary be payed for the employee falling out of work because of this? What kind of protection equipment can the employee ask for, or what can be required by the employer? As a contracted partner, can the fulfillment of the contract denied with reference to the coronavirus? What if the contracted partner is a security company?
Roland Csécsei graduated form the Queensland State University (Australia), in the topic of comperative law. He is the legal consultant of AVON Cosmetics Hungary Ltd. since 2003. His speciality is law of contracts, consumer protection, competition law, data protection, compliance. In 2011 he was asked to be the legal expert of the EU Directive on the legality of the cosmetic statements, developed by the EU ECOSEC in Brussels, which is a directive still in force.