Since coronavirus started to spread, employees have been instructed to work from home where possible. While many have voiced the challenges that they have faced since working remotely, they have been able to keep working.
For those organisations that have observed the financial drain of the virus – and business has started to take a hit – some staff have, sadly, been laid off.
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