Two-thirds (64%) of HR specialists are expecting heightened work pressures as their organisations introduce more homeworking.
Despite the end of lockdown restrictions on 19 July and the widespread return to the office in sight, remote job opportunities are still on the rise.
More than half (55%) of UK employees think they’ll have less time to get involved with company fundraising efforts post-pandemic.
The difference in flexible working arrangements being offered to different regions across the UK risks fracturing the workforce, cautions the CIPD.
Today (30 June), Tulip Siddiq, Labour MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, has proposed a new Bill to parliament that would give workers the right to flexible work.
Nearly three-fifths (59%) of UK business leaders believe that hybrid working makes companies more profitable.
New train tickets for commuters who will be flexible working post-pandemic are now available and may even support a shift towards greener commuting.