No set number of office days for PRH staff before end of year

No set number of office days for PRH staff before end of year

Staff at Penguin Random House will not have company mandated office days introduced until at least the end of this year.

The publisher is continuing to explore its hybrid working model, announced in July, where office attendance is voluntary. Offices began reopening from 19th July for those who wished to use them, taking a phased approach based on 50% occupancy initially, to maintain the safety of employees. 

PRH aims to use the coming months to test hybrid working and is using a decentralised approach, where different departments are trialling their own systems. This will last at least u...

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