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Remote requests

Tina Chander, Partner and Head of the Employment team at law firm Wright Hassall with advice on how to deal with an expected surge in flexible working requests Following an extended period of widespread remote working, there is still an ...

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Two thirds of employers considering pay cuts for staff who choose to work from home

More than two-thirds (68 per cent) of British businesses are contemplating pay cuts for staff who opt to work from home, suggests a new survey by HR software provider CIPHR. This is despite the fact that over half (53 per ...

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WeWork and Cushman & Wakefield in strategic partnership deal

Flexible space provider, WeWork, and real estate services firm, Cushman & Wakefield, have entered into an exclusive strategic partnership to deliver an innovative flexible space operating platform for landlords and businesses. The partnership is intended to provide clients with “best-in-class ...

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NHSPS expands Open Space scheme

NHS Open Space, a service launched by NHS Property Services (NHSPS) in 2019, has announced that it will be expanding its property portfolio of clinical and non-clinical spaces for rent. The scheme will now offer 950 spaces across 150 sites ...

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Workers do want to return to the office, but in a flexible way

Demand for office working remains strong among both employers and workers but on a flexible basis, suggests new research from Office Space in Town (OSiT). While two-times the number of people are now working from their office than in May ...

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Wates Group adopts company-wide flexible working

The company, which employs nearly 4,000 people across the UK, is calling on its colleagues across the business to experiment with different working patterns to boost productivity and improve their working life. The decision makes Wates one of the first ...

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Regional view

Richard Morris, Director at technologywithin explains why demand for flexible office space outside of the capital is set to grow COVID-19 has created disruptions in all areas of our working lives – from conference calls at kitchen tables to home-schooling ...

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Rachel Whitford: What the new flexible working bill could mean for you

The new flexible working bill intends to make all jobs flexible by default. Rachel Whitford, Area Manager for Express Vending explains what this could mean for your business  The future is flexible, at least it will be if the new ...

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