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.
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