Employees up and down the UK have all taken part in one of the biggest lifestyle shifts they may ever experience; the majority have stopped taking part in a daily commute to the workplace, others are now juggling childcare and teaching alongside their day job, while some are getting used to working alone without their colleagues by their side. One trend that has consistently cropped up over the past few months since the UK was sent into lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic is the popularity of not having to wear formal clothes. Known as the ‘business comfortable’ dress code, employees are choosing to wear less formal attire and are now opting for far more comfortable clothes while working from home. While keeping a routine when working from home is advised, to ensure we are...
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