“Go back to work or risk losing your job” – fact and fiction in the return to the workplace (UK)

Friday’s headline in The Telegraph above heralds the launch of a new Government campaign to encourage those currently working from home back into their physical offices.  A series of noticeably unnamed Government Ministers and “sources” told the paper that “bosses at struggling firms will find it easier to hand out P45s to people they never…… Continue Reading

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