Remote working employees may face pay cuts

New survey shows

John Brazier
clock • 2 min read
Remote working employees may face pay cuts

Over two thirds of employers are considering reducing salaries of staff that choose to work remotely.

A survey conducted by HR software provider CIPHR found that 68% of UK employers are mulling whether to cut the pay of staff that opt to continue working remotely, despite over half (53%) stating that remote workers have saved the business money. Almost all of respondents (97%) across 150 businesses surveyed will allow employees to continue working remotely going forward on at least a partial basis, with 68% of employers having offered staff the opportunity to work away from the office. ...

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