Third of UK office workers to WFH post-lockdown

60% enjoy working from home

Adam Saville
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Half of homeworkers admit they get more done when working from home, study shows

A recent study by Cartridge People into homeworking has found that 32% of UK office workers plan to work from home (WFH) every day post-lockdown. Pre-lockdown, 29% said they already working from home and 22% said they work outside of usual office hours when working from home. Half admitted to getting more work done when using a home office and 54% said they're happier WFH compared to 18% who prefer to be in a traditional office environment. When WFH, 42% feel they have a good work-life balance, while 24% said it can help them work around friends and family with 40% admitting it giv...

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