Many people have gotten used to remote working during the pandemic, but a top law firm in the U.K. is apparently eager to get back to "normal" with people in the offices again — and it'll cost employees if they want to keep working from home.

Stephenson Harwood, a centuries-old law firm in London, has told staff that they can continue to work entirely from home if they agree to a 20% pay cut, reported The Times.

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There's no great way to fire people, but you'd think the folks at P&O Ferries would've taken notes after what happened with Better.com.

The U.K.-based ferry company terminated 800 staff members without any warning over a 3-minute video call on Thursday, and people are furious over how they handled the situation.

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You've heard about companies switching to a four-day workweek in order to keep their staff, but would you believe that one firm is hanging onto its employees by offering them a bonus if they quit?

Trainual, a software company that specialized in onboarding programs, is doing just that by offering a $5,000 bonus to new employees who decide the job isn't for them within the first two weeks.

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