Home-working has put spotlight on inequalities within industry, staffers say

Home-working has put spotlight on inequalities within industry, staffers say

The publishing industry has revealed frustration over how home-working has exposed disparity between the wealth of some junior and senior members of staff.  

The Bookseller’s survey marking the one-year-anniversary of UK lockdown has attempted to gauge how employees have fared over the last extraordinary year, showing a high level of mental exhaustion suffered by many in the trade, as reported on Friday (19th March). Another significant area of concern was how people felt lockdown had affected equality in publishing in regards to race, gender, class, disability, sexuality and location, wit...

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