When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the UK Government imposed a nationwide lockdown. ‘Non-essential’ businesses temporarily closed – which saw many workers placed on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) due to a lack of work – while office workers were told to work from home. Even though there was a momentary effort to get workers back to offices – Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged workers to return to the office during the latter days of summer –...
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