Employees looking for greater working flexibility

Mixed productivity

John Brazier
clock • 3 min read

Industry research highlights disparity of feelings towards working remotely among staff and employers alike

Employers are facing tough decisions regarding how employees will work going forward as the effects of working remotely under the Covid-19 pandemic become clearer. The latest instalment of the Re:Me report series from insurer MetLife shows that two in three workers (68%) recognised that their productivity has increased due to working from home, particularly among staff at small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) and young workers. The report also found that employees who have experienced increased levels of productivity were more likely to want to work flexibly in the future, worry about th...

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