A fresh new lockdown means that once again the workplace and its future will continue to look very different to what employees were used to pre-COVID. Now that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has instructed employees to work from home and avoid travel where possible, remote work looks set to continue well into 2021, forcing the future of the workforce to continue to change at a rapid pace.
Recent data shared by TopCV has discovered that due to this uptick in remote working, more employees have shared that they want to continue this ongoing flexibility going forwards. In fact, it found that only seven per cent of office-based professionals want to return to office life.
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