Before the coronavirus pandemic hit the UK, the day-to-day lives of employees could more or less be mapped out from month to month, as staff knew what was expected of them and what direction the business was going in. However, since the current crisis, the future of work has been left up in the air for many.
Companies across the UK have announced store closures, redundancies and lower profits than ever before as businesses struggle to fight against the impact the virus has had on the economy, while new measures such as the introduction of face masks, social distancing and the increasing use of technology has left the workplace feeling like alien territory for many.
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