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Interview with Business Essentials Daily

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"Can I force my staff back to the office?"

Our Managing Director Athena Koelmeyer, was recently interviewed for the long-running Business Essentials podcast, about what happens when employees resist returning to the office.

Our Managing Director Athena Koelmeyer, was recently interviewed for the long-running Business Essentials podcast, about what happens when employees resist returning to the office. Athena said “this will be the start of a difficult conversation between employer and employee, but the legal rules are clear.”

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