"The Office" New on Netflix: That's why you should definitely see Season 2!
All nine seasons of " The Office " have been included since today's 15 January 2022. accessible. This opens up new entrants the opportunity to immerse the legendary comedy series via existing streaming subscription without additional costs. Who plans this, but should be aware of at least one thing: Season 1 feels clear differently than the complete rest of the series.
Business giants began calling staff back to offices yesterday after Boris Johnson scrapped work-from-home guidance.
Large banks, advertising firms and insurers announced plans to return to the office – although most said flexible working arrangements would remain in place.
Big Four accountancy firm KPMG said it ‘welcomed’ the end of the Government guidance and told staff in England to come into the office at least two days a week.
Investment bank Citi sent a note to staff highlighting the benefits of office working, including that they are ‘better able to generate the energy and collaborative spirit’ it thrives on.
Oti Mabuse will continue with Strictly 'one season at a time'
The 31-year-old has revealed she is planning to continue with Strictly Come Dancing 'one season at a time' following speculation that she will quit the show after seven series. The ballroom professional, 31, will make her debut on the Dancing On Ice judging panel during Sunday night's show-stopping return, after John Barrowman was axed over historic allegations of flashing his manhood whilst filming Doctor Who.She's also made it clear that Brendan Cole, her former co-star on the BBC One show, certainly won't be getting any special treatment as a contestant on the famous rink.
It told workers to return to their desks for at least three days a week while taking regular tests. © Provided by Daily Mail HSBC told the Daily Mail that its staff have begun returning to the office as of yesterday
HSBC said its staff started returning to the office yesterday, while Standard Chartered asked employees to come in from Monday. Citigroup and Goldman Sachs said they also plan to resume office working.
Havas, a French advertising agency with 11,500 staff worldwide, told the BBC it would ‘fully reopen’ its London HQ from Monday. Chris Hirst, of Havas, told Radio 4’s Today programme: ‘Many of our employees really do want to come back, but there are some people who are nervous. We will be talking to those people individually and finding solutions that work for them.’
Drivers in London from TODAY face increased £160 fines
Motorists face hiked fines if found to have blocked yellow box junctions, broken parking rules, performed illegal turns and driving in bus lanes on designated red routes.Transport for London has increased the maximum fine on the capital's busiest roads from £130 to £160 - a 23 per cent hike - despite nearly two-thirds (65 per cent) of drivers opposing the hiked charges in a consultation held last year.
Insurance firm Zurich said it was ‘excited’ to welcome staff back but most would continue on a hybrid basis.
The announcements came as hospitality bosses highlighted the devastating impact working from home had on city centre pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops.
Greater Manchester’s night-time economy adviser Sacha Lord said high streets have ‘severely lacked’ much-needed footfall.
And UKHospitality chief executive Kate Nicholls said the sector needs the support of communities ‘more than ever’.
‘The removal of working from home guidance in England is a huge boost for hospitality operators, as they started 2022 low on cash after a second cancelled Christmas, deep in debt after two years of restricted trading, and facing soaring costs on so many fronts,’ she added.Read more
Vote of confidence in Brexit Britain from Citigroup and Bentley .
Citi launched a £100m overhaul of its tower in Canary Wharf, despite predictions that foreign banks would leave in droves after Brexit.In a vote of confidence in Brexit Britain, Citi launched a £100million overhaul of its 42-storey tower in Canary Wharf, despite predictions that foreign banks would leave in droves after the vote to leave the EU.