Non-essential businesses will once again be required to close during this second lockdown, after the UK Government put new measures in place in England to help stop the spread of coronavirus. This means that bars, restaurants, hairdressers, beauty salons, non-essential retail, cinemas, outdoors sports centres and tattoo parlours have all been forced to close their doors until December 2, when the lockdown is scheduled to end. Included within those businesses is jewellery manufacturer and retailer Pandora. At the height of the pandemic the firm was forced to close 80% of its 2,700 stores around the world, yet it has now revealed that it intends to pay all staff in full throughout the pandemic. Alexander Lacik, Chief Executive of the jeweller, told the BBC that there are also no plans for...
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