Employers urged to seek back-to-business planning help

35% of employees say they “won’t return”

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Employers urged to seek back-to-business planning help

Report from Aviva shows how safety concerns could impact business recovery plans

Although 61% of those returning to work believe their employer will put the right safety measures in place, 35% report they don't trust their employer to make the workplace safe. For this reason, they say they won't return to work for their employer. These are just some of the findings from a recent Aviva survey of more than 2,000 UK employees across a wide variety of ages, industry sectors and geographic locations. For workers who feel neutral or negative about returning to work, infection remains...

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