Future of work | HR leaders to allow WFH despite vaccine

HR leaders to allow WFH despite vaccine

Two vaccinations against COVID-19 have now been rolled out in the UK in order to help it to return to some form of normality. According to the NHS the two, which have been developed by Pfizer/BioNTech and Oxford/AstraZeneca, will require each individual to have two doses, with the final one due to take place 12 weeks after the first. Thanks to this breakthrough, it is hoped that the world of work will also eventually see offices opening once again, employees seeing one another face-to-face and for meetings to resume in a physical location rather than over a Zoom call. With these hopes for normality increasing, Gartner research has revealed that HR leaders will continue to allow working from home arrangements, despite the new vaccine’s availability. In a study carried out late last...

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