'Worth the reward' | 1 in 10 would risk job for a holiday amid quarantine rules

1 in 10 would risk job for a holiday amid quarantine rules

New data has found that ten per cent of Brits would risk their job to go on holiday, if they had to quarantine upon returning.

The 2,100-strong study undertaken by Factorialhr.co.uk also shed light on the most popular responses as to why Brits would be willing to risk their roles.

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