Flexibility & commuting | WFH guidance ending on June 21 could spark worker worries

WFH guidance ending on June 21 could spark worker worries

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has signaled that the guidance for people in England to work from home if they can is set to be dropped from June 21, 2021.

According to The Guardian, Johnson told MPs yesterday that the Government planned to take this step when it moved to the final stage of its coronavirus reopening plans.

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