Staffers report career fears following lockdown year

Staffers report career fears following lockdown year

Industry staffers have expressed worries about staff freezes and reduced opportunities for promotion and development, in a Bookseller survey marking the anniversary of the first lockdown.

Following revelations about an increased mental health burden in lockdown, and how the restrictions have thrown a spotlight on inequalities within the book industry, concerns have also been raised that working from home has reduced mentoring and learning opportunities.

The informal lack of networks appeared to be an issue for most but could be particularly detrimental to younger or junior members of staf...

This is subscriber-only content

Not a subscriber? Get unrestricted access to all the news, charts, previews, data & analysis by subscribing from as little as £3 per week.


Why Subscribe?

Every issue of The Bookseller magazine

Unlimited access to thebookseller.com (single user)

The Bookseller e-edition app for tablet and mobile

Subscriber-only newsletters

Twice yearly Buyer's Guides worth £50

Discounts on The Bookseller Awards and Conferences

Click here to subscribe now