PwC has hit back at Lord Sugar’s comments branding its staff “lazy gits”, after the accountancy giant said workers could take Friday afternoons off over the summer. The Apprentice host had called the move a “joke”, saying it would harm productivity, and adding: “The pandemic has had [a] long lasting negative effect.” But PwC said the initiative had worked well in trials, with one senior manager calling Lord Sugar’s response “at best, childish and misunderstood”.

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