Women more worried than men about return to office

Greater barriers

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Women more worried than men about return to office

Even where comfortable about returning to work, caring responsibilities are an issue

Women feel less comfortable than men with returning to the workplace and are facing greater barriers in doing so, with many admitting they are unable to return due to caring responsibilities, according to data from health insurer Vitality. Vitality polled 1,935 of its members to examine how UK businesses and workers were handling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, including how people were coping with working from home and preparing to return to the office, which Prime Minister Boris...

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