The Month of Change: June Ushers in the “New Normal” in the United Kingdom

By , and on June 11, 2020
Posted In Employment

In the UK, changes in restrictions will see non-essential shops opening and many workers hesitantly going back into offices even though they could work from home. Government focus has therefore started to shift to the “re-opening” of business.

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