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January 27, 2023
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Large majority of people want to continue some form of flexible working

Nine out of ten employees who have worked at home during lockdown would like to continue doing so in some capacity, research suggests. The report, by academics at Cardiff University and the University of Southampton, presents the first analysis of employee survey data focusing on homeworking, which was gathered for the Understanding Society Covid-19 Study. According to the report, Homeworking in the UK: Before and during the 2020 lockdown, remote working has rocketed since the start of lockdown – rising from 6 percent of employees before the pandemic to 43 percent in April this year. The results also indicate productivity among…
Large majority of people want to continue some form of flexible working

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