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Facing difficulties finding workers, a U.K. employer has added free cheese to its list of employee benefits in hopes of attracting job applicants.
Given the company – Wyke Farms – is also the country’s largest independent cheese producer, presumably it will be able to provide the benefit at cost.
Amid Brexit, the global COVID-19 lockdown, supply chain issues and skills shortages, the company is having a hard time attracting workers, said Rich Clothier, Wyke Farms’ managing director, according to the Somerset County Gazette.
The company hopes its tasty new benefits package will help fix the problem.
International law firm Clyde & Co. has introduced colored wrist bands for employees to indicate their degree of comfort in having physical contact with others in light of COVID.