PRH UK sends staff home as government gives new Covid guidance on the workplace

PRH UK sends staff home as government gives new Covid guidance on the workplace

UK staffers at Penguin Random House have already been told they should again work from home if they can, following the step-change in government guidance as infection rates of coronavirus rise.

Tougher measures to tackle the virus were unveiled by the prime minister on Tuesday (22nd September) and in England people are now being told to work from home "if they can", after a few weeks of being encouraged back into the office. According to the Office for National Statistics, 62% of adult workers were commuting to their workplace last week, up from 36% in May.

Val Garside, HR director for PR...

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