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August 12, 2022
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Half of people say working from home has improved their relationships

A new study from Perkbox claims that the increased amount of time spent at home together under lockdown has actually strengthened many people’s personal relationships. Just under half (45 percent) of employees claim that their relationship with the people they live with has become stronger during their time working from home together. 51 percent say that their relationship is the same as before, with just 4 percent feeling that their relationship is now not as strong. 60 percent of those working from home together have enjoyed spending more time together and a quarter have enjoyed getting to know more about…
Half of people say working from home has improved their relationships

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