Remote | RBS shares 'cautious' plans for work until 2021

RBS shares 'cautious' plans for work until 2021

When UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson enforced a nationwide lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic back in March, many businesses treated the move to remote working cautiously.

The concept of remote working had been steadily growing in popularity across the globe – around a 140% increase since 2005, according to Global Work Statistics – yet many felt that, whilst statistically the movement was positive for both businesses and workers in increasing work-life balance and productivity levels, the move to a remote working arrangement was simply too left-field.

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