People Management asked employment experts what they have learnt about changes to working practices over the last 12 months, and how businesses should manage moving into 2022.
The world of work has had a bumpy 2021, from ‘Freedom Day’ and calls to return to the office (and its watercooler moments), to an introduction of the government’s Plan B restrictions and the ‘Great Resignation’. And that’s meant remote working and, for those organisations for which it’s possible, a potential long-term move to hybrid has been firmly on their radars.
Indeed, a YouGov survey of 2,046 workers, published by Microsoft UK earlier this month, found that half (51 per cent) of respondents who had the choice to mix remote and office working would consider leaving their company if this flexibility was removed.
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