Bloomsbury plans two-day office return from June, as publishers mull options

Bloomsbury plans two-day office return from June, as publishers mull options

Bloomsbury is planning to ask employees to work two days a week from the office in future, as it embarks on a partial return from 21st June, the day when the government's strategy may see legal limits on social contact lifted. The move comes as other publishers gather employee feedback on flexible working preferences, with some also following a gradual phasing into office work thoughout the summer.

Nigel Newton, c.e.o. of Bloomsbury, said the company “hope to return to the office on 21st June, depending on the then prevailing coronavirus situation. They plan a partial return on that date a...

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