Goodbye five-day train commute, hello extra flexibility
As staff start to return to offices after the recent upheaval of the pandemic, acceptable norms of work life have changed utterly
2020 has been the year of dramatic, unexpected and unprecedented change, particularly in our working habits. Employers as well as employees are becoming much more conscious of what they need from their working environment/office space.
Flexibility is one of the most important requirements for employees. The structured 9-to-5 workday is not currently viable and cannot be expected during these times.
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