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Will Work From Home be the Trend?



The trend of working from home will still be maintained around the world even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.

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The trend of working from home will still be maintained around the world even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.

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According to information from Bloomberg about a recent survey of 2,000 businesses in the UK, the trend of working from home is still maintained even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.  The majority of companies participating in the survey are planning to give their employees more flexibility in terms of where and when they work.

CIPD - A company specializing in recruitment and human resources said that two-thirds of its employees are working in a hybrid model which people only spend part of their time working in the office while rest of their time work from home again.  About 71% of employers said that working from home would increase productivity or make a little difference.

The hybrid working model not only challenges businesses in terms of work location, but also in terms of time and workload.  It can be seen that the workload increases as employees attend more meetings and work longer hours which has created new challenges for the employees’ mental and physical health.

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Working across multiple locations and spaces can be very complex and difficult to manage.  To protect and support employees, businesses need to ensure processes and systems can contribute to the performance or productivity of their workforce at work, at home, or in a third place.  

To be able to exploit the opportunities of the hybrid working model, businesses must ensure that their expectations for flexibility meet minimum labor terms as well as common industry standards for working hours. It's clear that implementing changes in the new world will require piloting and testing and collecting data to determine which working method is most effective.

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