Confined to our houses – and gardens if we’re lucky enough.
Our homes have turned into offices, nurseries, schools… probably very exclusive pubs suffered a bigger loss in productivity than they needed to.
It’s an uncertain time to say the least. And we don’t even really have an end in sight.
But while we wait on the government to make a call on
how long this lockdown will last, we should really be taking some time now to make a plan for our busi- nesses, and the eventual return to the workplace.
We know that the people who planned for the event of a lockdown found the whole process of sending staff to work from home a lot less stressful.