Recent events have forced both employees and employers to work differently compared to the norm which they were used to. Offices, restaurants, leisure facilities and pubs were all forced to shut following the UK Government’s guidelines to enforce a nationwide lockdown in an attempt to curb the coronavirus outbreak, which has drastically changed the world of work. However, new research has confirmed that many UK professionals will reduce their time spent in the office, due to the new working patterns that have been prompted due to COVID-19. In fact, almost half of Brits predict a permanent change to their employers’ approach to flexible working once the lockdown lifts and people are allowed back to work. According to O2 Business’ new report The Flexible Future of Work,...
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