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Our research paper looks to the future
Recent events have put the flexible working agenda into fast-forward. Many companies have rolled out large scale remote working policies – in a matter of weeks.
In the UK, one week before lockdown was brought into effect, our flexible working research paper was in its data collection phase. 2,000 people gave their views on the future of flexible working.
We were then able to continue collecting responses during the first week of lockdown. We asked people what they hoped might change and what impact could COVID-19 have on the world of business?
Opinion is divided
Flexibility is premium
People want more open space
Commuting becomes redundant
Last call for business trips
Environmental awareness pays off
Fast-forward the flexible
As businesses begin adapting to this new way of working, you might be wondering what’s next. Are there some changes you’d like to keep? And when the government restrictions on movement have been lifted, what will normal look like?
We asked 2,000 UK workers how they thought the COVID-19 pandemic would change the way we work. This infographic pulls together opinions with facts to start exploring what flexible working could look like in the future.
Download ‘The flexible future of work’ research report.
The way we work is changing rapidly. And companies need to continue to adapt to a more flexible way of working.
This report shares what we learned about the expectations of the UK workforce and shows our initial findings for how these new restrictions on movement have affected the reality of flexible working.
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What happens next?
Almost overnight, the country was shut down, and 87% of office workers found themselves working from home. Almost in a heartbeat, work became totally dependant on technology and mobile connectivity.
But what about once things start to calm down? Will your people look for a shift in the way you do things? What does the workplace of the future look like?
Find out in our latest blog post.