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December 8, 2021
HR Technologies

European office workers are not prepared for ‘work from anywhere’ model

New research by Targus claims that European office workers are to generally unprepared to adopt a new ‘work from anywhere’ model. The representative survey in France, Germany and the UK, claims people are willing to set foot in offices again but expect greater flexibility and trust to work from other locations. Reduced days spent working in the office was a top three employee expectation in all countries; just under a half of Brits ranked this as their number 1 expectation. But employers are not equipping staff with the necessary tools to work productively and healthily. As many as a quarter…
European office workers are not prepared for ‘work from anywhere’ model

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