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An unreliable test and tracing system risks becoming counter-productive once we consider how it may affect people’s behaviour, writes Dr. Fabrizio Adriani When pandemics cannot be addressed by pharmaceutical solutions, policy makers need to find viable alternatives to indiscriminate lockdowns, which carry huge human and economic costs. At the time of writing, the most promising […]
Distrust of Employer’s Responses to COVID-19 Could increase both Presenteeism and Absenteeism in UK Workplaces
People’s trust in their employer’s response to COVID-19 will shape their attitudes to returning to the workplace, Professor Stephen Wood writes. Stay at home wherever possible is a central plank of the UK (and other) government’s policy to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. There are now signs this is beginning to be tempered as workers […]