We are currently working in highly uncertain times as the coronavirus outbreak takes dominance in the UK, meaning employers are having to put in place new procedures and measures to safeguard their staff as best they can. For many, this means being given the opportunity to work from home. This follows the advice delivered by Prime Minister Boris Johnson who stated earlier this week that everyone in the UK should avoid all ‘non-essential’ travel and work from home wherever possible. With the UK coronavirus death toll now reaching 104, and 2,626 cases now reported, the PM’s advice seems worthwhile to follow. Despite this, one employee has shared her distress on Twitter, revealing claims that her employer has stopped her from working remotely. User @Omnishambles85 wrote...
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