Even bosses are giving up on the five-day office week

More than two-thirds of people (68%) now prefer a hybrid working model, according to Future Forum’s latest quarterly survey of almost 11,000 knowledge workers in Australia, France, Germany, the UK and US. — Bloomberg

With pandemic restrictions in the UK largely gone, offices are getting busier. Yet vast numbers of desks still remain empty.

Even with Covid-19 case numbers flat or falling in the UK, US and much of Europe, many employees are still actively choosing to work from home for at least part of the week. It’s increasingly hard for managers to claim that their offices will simply fill up when the virus abates.

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