Majority of employees still in the dark on post-Covid workplace options

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Majority of employees still in the dark on post-Covid workplace options

Over three-quarters of UK workers are feeling stressed and anxious about working life post-Covid, with many still in the dark about what their workplace options will look like now restrictions have largely been lifted.

Just one in five workers expect to be fully office-based now most lockdown rules have been lifted, including the requirement to work from home if possible, according to research by online venue booking platform VenueScanner. However, despite most expecting more flexibility, just one fifth (19%) of bosses have told their employees what their future workplace options are. Some 72% of workers told VenueScanner that disgruntlement due to the wrong actions by their employer over place of wor...

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