Brewdog-style comms | Is HR making strong arguments for how office savings should be invested?

Is HR making strong arguments for how office savings should be invested?

The huge office buildings that companies once owned have become far less essential, as the majority of the UK now works from home. The funds that were once used for accommodation could now be used to boost staff’s wellbeing, especially following such a tough year for everyone. Includes: 

  • Read how this capital can be used to fund employee’s home offices
  • The realisation that companies need to offer new post-pandemic benefits
  • The break down of capital saved by not currently working inside a modern office 

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