Government guidance for businesses ahead of so-called Freedom Day on Monday has been savaged as ‘confusing chaos’ over its wishy-washy recommendations and advice.
Much of the content of the new document is strikingly similar to the old legislation, except this time starts each part with the word ‘consider’.
But it has left business owners facing decisions on whether to impose Covid-secure measures it cannot enforce on staff or customers under law.
The most baffling is how the Prime Minister’s promises to lift nearly all lockdown restrictions is so different to advice issued by the government.
Dr Roger Barker, policy director at the Institute of Directors, said: ‘Like everybody else, 카지노사이트쿠폰 businesses across the country having been awaiting ”freedom day” with bated breath, but instead we have had a series of mixed messages and patchwork requirements from Government that have dampened that enthusia
/p>’Return to work or continue to stay at home.
Throw away your masks or continue to wear them. Today’s long-awaited guidance from Government has done little to dispel that confusion
/p>’Business leaders are understandably confused as to the legal status that this guidance has and are concerned about vulnerability under health and safety legislation, as well as the validity of their insuranc
/p>Vanita Parti, founder Of Blink Brow Bar, branded the guidance ‘a mes
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/p> Documents released online just days before the July 19 unlocking also suggest workplaces keep social distancing measures like plastic screens and back-to-back desks in a bid to placate nervous work
/p> People are told to return to the office, but not all at once just at some point over sum
/p>She told Radio 4: ‘It’s all very confusing because we weren’t allowed to open with the rest of retail last summer when lockdown eased and it made sense for us to do so because we follow the highest of hygiene protoc
/p>’Now they’re saying actually they’re merging the rest of you with retail and nobody needs to wear masks so we’re scratching our heads a little bit but of course it makes absolute sense for us to wear masks, we are asking our therapists to continue to do so and we can only recommend that our customers do
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