Legal insight | Will you be forced to keep remote working forever?

Will you be forced to keep remote working forever?

2020 was the year that made remote working commonplace. Until last year, flexible working hours and locations were something that the vast majority of companies simply paid lip service to. But the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we work almost beyond recognition – and at a rapid pace.

At peaks of remote work last year, almost half of the UK workforce was undertaking employment from a non-central location – whether it be laptops perched on kitchen counters or spare bedrooms – and whilst many have struggled with the isolation of this, others actively enjoy the new working arrangements.

Upgrade to access

This content is only available to members of myGrapevine+.

myGrapevine+ is the latest way we are supporting a growing community of forward-thinking business leaders. Members can access a host of specially developed content and tools that aren't available anywhere else, helping you set new standards in business and people leadership every day.

  • Access to exclusive member-only content including:
    • The 'Leaders Series', a set of video interviews with leading business and HR voices
    • Strategic deep dives and expert tips for professional development and innovative practise
  • Access to the entire archive of news, features and insights from HR Grapevine and our other sites.
  • Unlimited access to the full back catalogue of our award-winning Magazine and other publications.

First month just £1! *

* Billed via Credit/Debit card at £1 for first month, then £22.99 per month. One time use only.

Welcome Back