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Britain wants to pull back office workers.

Britain wants to pull back office workers.

Statistics show that British office workers have returned to work in Europe for a long time after authorities issued restrictions in July. Swedish daily newspaper Previously reported.

Many are wary and do not want to go to work. In August this year, 17 percent of employees worked at the site in London and Glasgow.

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Now employers in the UK want to pull their employees back into offices using a variety of techniques.

Some companies, for example, offer yoga classes, psychologist time, dance and music to the office’s own DJ during lunch breaks – while others allow dogs in the office. The latter set a maximum limit for landowners on how many dogs a day could stay in the building.

London offers 1,000 to employees

In London, employees have been given a £ 1,000 bonus for leaving their home office Financial times.

An insurance company has introduced cords in different colors, which will signal the distance that other co-workers want to keep in the workplace.

But not all companies want to attract their employees again. Sage, a software company, wants to continue working remotely and find new solutions, and sees employees working from home for at least ten weeks each year.

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But on Tuesday, Health Minister Sajid Javed announced that if pressure is high on the NHS healthcare system, it may be appropriate to introduce and deliver mouth guards in public places this fall. Next month, the number of patients hospitalized with Covit-19 will increase to 7,000 a day, according to the government’s scientific adviser.

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