Literary agencies plan hybrid working options post-lockdown

Literary agencies plan hybrid working options post-lockdown

Literary agencies such as Curtis Brown and Felicity Bryan Associates are increasingly planning hybrid working policies post-lockdown with staff mostly going in part-time since restrictions eased.

Most remaining coronavirus rules look set to remain in place until at 19th July after the final stage of lockdown easing was pushed back from 21st June, with the government still recommending people work from home if they can

Giles Milburn, of the Madeleine Milburn Literary, TV and Film Agency, is not expecting the full team of 15 to be back at the same time until September. “We have for a numb...

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