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The new workplace
6 January 2021

The new workplace

The introduction of lockdown in March was a period of confusion and disruption in workplaces throughout the country. This was as true for us at PMI as it was for other organisations. There was a rushed period of collecting personal effects and hurried farewells before leaving our familiar and well-loved premises in Tower 42 for what we initially supposed would be a period of a few weeks. Apart from significantly underestimating the length of time that we were to be absent, we gave little thought to the extent to which a temporary emergency would result in permanent change.

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Last update: 6 January 2021

Tim Middleton
Tim Middleton
PMI
Director of Policy and External Affairs

Senior Investment Analyst

Salary: £40000 - £60000 pa

Location: Cheltenham, Bristol, Birmingham

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Location: Birmingham, Cheltenham, Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool, Leeds

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