Uncertain and turbulent times allow employees to see first-hand how their business leader handles a crisis, and never has that been more prevalent than in the current coronavirus pandemic. The outbreak has forced leaders and organisations across the world to adapt overnight in order to keep staff safe, while also putting in place new measures to sustain business, whether that is implementing new working from home methods or rolling out new safety equipment to protect employees in the workplace. For one industry in particular the current pandemic will have a marked effect on for many months to come is leisure and tourism. It was previously revealed that global airlines could lose up to £86billion ($113billion) in sales if the coronavirus continues to spread, according to the International...
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