The topic of getting people back to work amid the coronavirus crisis has been a point of discussion for both the UK Government and employers. Recent Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures revealed that just half of UK workers returned to the workplace in the last week of August. The weekly report published by ONS found that 50% of workers returned to their place of work between August 26 and 30, 2020, up from 30% in June – the highest number since lockdown measures began. Plus, with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson also regularly encouraging employees to return to work, it is hoped that more people will embrace their previous ways of working despite fears around coronavirus. However, more employers are now coming up with new and inventive ways to try and encourage their staff...
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