HarperCollins brings back all furloughed staff

HarperCollins brings back all furloughed staff

HarperCollins UK has brought back all the staff it placed on furlough at the start of lockdown and will pay all their salaries itself rather than claiming it back from the government, the company has announced.

In a letter to staff confirming the change, c.e.o. Charlie Redmayne said business had “significantly improved” in recent times and the company's market share had grown while revenues were “stronger than we had anticipated".

HarperCollins placed a number of its staff on furlough in April, including at its distribution centre and across the wider company, although it never confirmed ...

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