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Indeed staff have been asked to work from home amid coronavirus fears

Until further notice, recruitment company ‘Indeed’ have asked its global workforce as well as its 1,000 Dublin staff to work from home.

This decision comes from fears of the coronavirus spreading.

For the coming weeks all of the company’s business travel and events have been cancelled.

The company also added that none of its employees have tested positive for the virus but precautions are just being taken.

-Sam Fitzsimons


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