Remote working to become the norm for most UK businesses

More than half the week will be remote working for 35% of employers

clock • 1 min read
Remote working to become the norm for most UK businesses

UK employees are likely to work from home an average of 2.8 days each week, a Crown Records Management study has found.

The study, which asked employers about their working from home plans, showed 35% expected staff to continue home working for three days a week for the foreseeable. A further 15% suggested four days' home working, while 24% said they planned for two days working from home. Just 11% of employers across the country said they expected staff to be working from home for the full five-day working week, while 6% plan to put an end to remote working altogether. Almost a third of those...

To continue reading this article...

Join Cover

  • Unlimited access to real-time news, key trend analysis and industry insights.
  • Stay on top of the latest developments around Covid-19, regulation, diversity and mental health.
  • Receive breaking news stories straight to your inbox in the daily newsletter.
  • Exclusive access to our fortnightly Protection insight mini-podcast.
  • Be the first to hear about our CPD accredited events and awards programmes.

Join now

 

Already a Cover member?

Login

More on Technology

Anna Glod: The need for face-to-face protection advice

Anna Glod: The need for face-to-face protection advice

'Meeting in someone’s home you often form a relationship which is just not possible over Zoom'

Anna Glod
clock 08 December 2021 • 3 min read
CII and PFS urge members to respond to consultation

CII and PFS urge members to respond to consultation

'Help everyone enhance their career potential'

Ayesha Venkataraman
clock 07 December 2021 • 2 min read
Concerns raised over FCA's 'woolly' consumer duty plans
TCF

Concerns raised over FCA's 'woolly' consumer duty plans

'Little to no impact on firms already not meeting obligations'

Julia Bahr
clock 07 December 2021 • 4 min read