Hybrid work | EY staff to WFH twice a week post-pandemic

EY staff to WFH twice a week post-pandemic

Multinational professional services firm EY (formerly Ernst & Young) this week told UK workers via a video conference call that 17,000 staff members that they will be expected to work remotely at least two days per week in its revised post-COVID structure.

The new hybrid working model, which is the latest in a rash of similar announcements by major companies with an office-based physical footprint, was designed to take into account a more integrated working pattern, which also includes client visits.

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