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March 29, 2023
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Work-life balance suffers for millions, as remote working increases

A new report from Dynata, a data and insights company, raises global concerns about the economy, and a “down but not out” resilience across the UK. The report claims that we are now a nation of home workers (as opposed to shopkeepers), juggling a work-life balance as the end of furlough approaches, and many predict a steep rise in redundancies. Dynata’s Global Trends Report: The Economy Edition surveyed over 9000 people across 9 countries globally, including over 1,000 respondents from the UK. Less than half of Brits are working full-time and 13 percent are only employed part-time. 28 percent of…
Work-life balance suffers for millions, as remote working increases

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