Almost a year after the outbreak of the coronavirus on UK shores, the routine of entering an office building for many likely seems like a halcyon dream. The subject of much bitter debate, the move away from the office, for better or for worse, seems to have sparked a lasting shift in corporate culture toward a far more technologically reliant remote basis.
Even for those who adamantly attempted to continue in office buildings, the volatility of COVID-19’s meteoric spread across the nation in recent weeks has forced many to return to their homes at the request of the UK Government ‘unless absolutely necessary’.
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