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July 1, 2022
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Majority of office workers plan to split their week between the office and home

New independent polling commissioned by the British Council for Offices (BCO), suggests that, once Government measures allow, Britain is set to move to a ‘mixed’ working style, with time in the office balanced with time at home. The survey, which polled over 2,000 office workers nationwide, took place prior to new Government measures and found an appetite to get back to the office. Asked about how they planned to work for the next six months, almost half of office workers (46 percent) intended to split their work between home and the office, while 30 percent were set for a full,…
Majority of office workers plan to split their week between the office and home

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