The number of hours employees have been working has spiked throughout the pandemic, with several studies indicating that remote working has encouraged more overtime.
In fact, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) previously found that people working from home during the pandemic were putting in an average of six hours of unpaid overtime a week.
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