A government minister has blamed the increase in the number of people registered as long-term sick on the rise of working from home and anxiety driven by social media.
The number of Londoners working fully or partially from home far exceeds the national average, according to official figures.
Young workers may have to go into the office more than they want to as rising energy bills are making working from home more expensive.
Companies equating hard work with being in the office are living in the past according to Paul Hamer, CEO of construction company Sir Robert McAlpine.
Remote workers are more likely to take time off for mental health related reasons than employees who work on-site.
The previous 24 months have proved to be a challenging transitional period for many employees making the jump to working at home full-time.
The cost of commuting is drastically impacting the number of workers heading back to the office.
Over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, many of my employer clients have opened new offices, from Sussex to Scotland and further afield in sunnier, overseas locations, such as France, Italy and New...