From John Lewis to NatWest, employers bank on remote working – The Times

Millions of workers are expected to spend more days at home than they do in the office as the pandemic leads to a “revolution” in working patterns.

The so-called “3:2” model, three days in the office and two at home during the working week, is expected to become the norm for many workers, while others adopt the “2:3”.

The shake-up to the long-established five days a week in the office could not have been imagined 18 months ago but businesses said the pandemic, which forced millions to try home-working for the first time, had caused a permanent change in workers’ expectations.

New research reveals that only a fifth of bosses (19 per cent) say their company will require all staff to come in five

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