Safely back to work in the new normal

A disciplined return to work will be key to economic recovery in the wake of the pandemic.

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The COVID-19 health crisis and continued lockdown in many markets is posing unparalleled challenges to people and economies around the world. Governments are setting up unprecedented economic support measures to assist businesses and workers alike. Nevertheless, as businesses of all sizes in many different sectors are struggling to survive, huge numbers of people are losing their jobs and facing serious financial uncertainty. With this pandemic far from over, and its impact likely to be felt for years to come, one thing is certain: the world of work is never going to be the same.

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