Pandemic forces RLB to delay company strategy plan by six months

RLB office 2017

Firm has furloughed staff and introduced pay cuts to deal with coronavirus outbreak

Rider Levett Bucknall has said it is delaying the introduction of its 10-year plan by six months because of the coronavirus pandemic, as the firm confirmed it has furloughed staff and introduced temporary pay cuts.

The firm was due to begin implementing its decade-long strategy at the beginning of next month but chief executive Andy Reynolds said it is now set to be introduced in November.

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