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November 26, 2022
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We need to talk more about how we get to work in the first place

More and more politicians and business leaders are keen to see the UK ease lockdown and begin a move towards returning to work. Is it’s too early to plan the exit from lockdown? Maybe. But either way, the general chatter about what a post COVID19 will look has predictably fanned the debate about how workplace will cope. It is a good debate, with valid ideas shared by the likes of Antony Slumbers, Neil Usher and others. But there is an elephant in the room. Fear. Chris Kane talked about it in a recent blog. He has a point. After all,…
We need to talk more about how we get to work in the first place

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