Remote working to become the norm for most UK businesses

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

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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...

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