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Matt Page
Matt Page

Managing Director, UK & Eire at BSI Assurance

It goes without saying that the Covid-19 pandemic created unimaginable change within our everyday lives, including our time at work. As we slowly migrate into our ‘next normal’ we’re continuing to adapt to new ways of working and continued change. As businesses amend their operations to remain resilient, many are facing a more permanent shift to remote working due to office closures, new policies, or a change in responsibilities.

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