The coronavirus pandemic could lead am emerging global consensus that health and welfare are worth investing in, says Lawrence Waterman.
When sitting down to write on a current topic in workplace health and safety, it is impossible to block out the deafening roar from the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is a huge global business impact, for example as airlines ponder whether they can survive and plans gather pace to ground most aircraft for weeks at least, and stock exchanges around the world register falls in value that exceed the aftermath of the oil price hike in the 1970s, 9/11 or the banking crisis in 2008.
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