Working from home has proven to be the preferred choice for many employees; thanks to the savings made on having no commute, more time with family, friends and pets and working in a safe environment from the virus, it’s therefore no surprise that so many now want to continue working from home. This has been reflected in recent data shared by Redfield and Wilton Strategies on behalf of The i. In a survey of 2,500 people, it found that 40% of UK employees are still shunning the office in favour of their homes. Of course, these changes were not decided by employers or employees, as the Government instructed workers to stay at home and work there where possible in order to stop the spread of the virus. Due to this, the pandemic has forced HR teams and employers to embrace new technologies,...
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