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Research and development workers told they can only work from home in ‘exceptional cases’
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Staff at engineering company Dyson have raised concerns with management that they are being forced to return to their workplaces for the second time during an English lockdown, even when they feel they are able to carry out their work from home.
Dyson, which is owned by Britain’s richest person, Sir James Dyson, last week told all research and development staff that they must return to its two Wiltshire sites, at Malmesbury and Hullavington, with employees only allowed to work from home in “exceptional cases”.