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August 14, 2022
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Fewer meetings and fractured days – how people are adjusting to working from home

Over half of UK employees are working different hours than they used to, with many spreading work out over a longer period as they adapt to working from home. Those are two of the findings from a new report from Asana, which looks at how British, American, Japanese, Australian and German employees have adapted to remote working. The UK findings are based on 1,016 respondents working full-time and, due to the pandemic, remotely. According to the Anatomy of Work: Remote Teams report, one month into the lockdown, the UK working day has completely transformed with many workers embracing homeschooling, new…
Fewer meetings and fractured days – how people are adjusting to working from home

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