With the UK Government advising the British public to abstain from venturing out to public places such as bars, pubs, restaurants and cafes, people aren’t spending money and many businesses are struggling as a result.
With less money coming into businesses, and heightened uncertainties around what the future will hold for employers, some staff have been laid off. Marriott International, Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group and Compass Coffee are just some of the companies that have shed staff numbers due to the pandemic so far.
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