How to Protect Your Career If the Worst of Covid-19 is Ahead

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Whatever our individual reactions to the coronavirus, it’s undoubted that these are unprecedented times for the modern world of work. Reactions from organizations have varied from closure, to laying off various proportions of staff, furloughing, and cutting away non-essential positions and resources to protect key workers. Some have received public funding. Many have re-engineered

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