Coronavirus pandemic: Covid-19 disruption and employment contracts
By Guardian Exclusive
15 June 2020 | 9:29 am
Deborah Chukwuedo is a partner with ACCENDOLAW. She spoke with GuardianTV on Covid-19 disruption and employment contracts in this period of a pandemic.
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