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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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Organisations trialling test labs to monitor post pandemic work patterns

Organisations are turning to experimental ‘pilot working labs’ to monitor working patterns of their employees before making changes to the actual office, according to data from Freespace, which reveals that global office occupancy rates decreased in June compared to May ...

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New research suggests negative impact of home working during pandemic

Working from home during the pandemic has led to increased levels of loneliness and mental distress, according to new research by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen). The biggest increases in mental distress and loneliness compared with pre-pandemic levels ...

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7.5 million workers in the UK are hoping to do their jobs from home permanently post-lockdown

New research from Deloitte has revealed that more than one in five UK workers (23 per cent) – the equivalent of 7.5 million – are hoping to work from home all, or almost all, of the time once lockdown restrictions ...

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FM Clinic: The challenges of a mixed way of working

With the majority of knowledge workers forced into working from home (WFH) due to COVID-19, how difficult will it be to persuade people to return to the workplace? Do you envisage a mix of home and office working? How will ...

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Home-grown

With most of us WFH (Working from Home), Jo Sutherland, MD of Magenta Associates and IFMA UK Director offers some useful tips on maintaining good communications with colleagues and continuing our self-development The Coronavirus outbreak has been described as a ...

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