The coronavirus pandemic has caused a wealth of anxiety for employees in terms of job security, money, health and wellbeing, as well as the mental toll of being separated from family and friends.
With UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announcing that pubs and hairdressers among other businesses can reopen from July 4, more staff will be returning to work next week if they can’t do their role remotely.
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