PRH explores hybrid working as publishers rule out office vaccination requirement

PRH explores hybrid working as publishers rule out office vaccination requirement

Penguin Random House is exploring a hybrid model of working in the future and has joined other publishers in ruling out a requirement for staff to be vaccinated before they return to the office.  

Offices will begin reopening from 19th July but attendance by PRH staff is currently entirely voluntary. Most of the major publishers have now set out their plans for a return to office working, with HarperCollins asking staff to return to the office for at least two days a week from September as part of a six-month pilot, while Hachette is planning a three-day office working policy to fully come...

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