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July 5, 2022
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Call for employers to do more to safeguard the health of their employees

In April 2020, 47 percent of UK employees worked from home and for many, they still haven’t returned to the office. The events of 2020 have been unprecedented, as rules and advice from the government have changed at rapid rates in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic. But one thing that remained relatively consistent is the encouragement for those who can, to work from home. However, amidst the chaos of employers transitioning their operations to home working, they are failing in their duty of care for home workers, claims new research commissioned by workspace solution provider Fellowes. Current legislation around home…
Call for employers to do more to safeguard the health of their employees

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