Some publishing staff set to work from home until 2021

Some publishing staff set to work from home until 2021

Publishers are divided on when staff should return to office buildings, with some back at their desks already but others—including Pearson and Taylor & Francis—expecting to keep some staff at home until next year.

Prime minister Boris Johnson said last week that from 1st August the government would no longer be telling people to work from home where they can, but would leave it to the discretion of employers. 

For now, all of Pearson’s office locations remain closed, including those outside London, as the publisher continues to enable staff to work from home. It confirmed it is planning o...

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