D&I | Over half of women say remote working could boost their careers

Over half of women say remote working could boost their careers

More than half of women say that working from home would help them progress at work, it has been reported. 

According to a survey commissioned by the BBC, 56% of UK females say their job opportunities have been boosted as childcare and caring duties become less of a hindrance to working full-time during the pandemic. 

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