United Kingdoms: employers divided between returning to the office and maintaining telework

While consultant EY is now monitoring its employees' badges to check that they are sticking to their set working days at the office, a study by arbitration service Acas shows that 30% of the country's employers opted instead to increase remote working time in 2023. Proof that, on the eve of the introduction of a right to flexibility in the workplace from the moment of recruitment, the UK is in the grip of a double movement between "working from home" and "the office".

Through Jessica Agache-Gorse. Published on 02 February 2024 Ă  12h54 - Update on 02 February 2024 Ă  12h54

According to a study by the public body Acas (1), 20% of UK employees surveyed have seen a slight increase in remote work over the last 12 months, while 10% have seen a significant increase. Only 13% of companies cut back on teleworking in 2023, while 20% of business owners chose to take advantage of this trend to reduce the size of their premises.…

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