A report from PWC suggests that while companies like the idea of staff working from home because of cost savings, the people forced to set their home up as an office rather dislike at and rather be back at work with all the gossip and politics that comes with it (or that’s how we read it):

A report from PWC suggests that while companies like the idea of staff working from home because of cost savings, the people forced to set their home up as an office rather dislike at and rather be back at work with all the gossip and politics that comes with it (or that’s how we read it):

While lower costs for employers and better lifestyles for staff are two of the driving forces behind remote working, Michael Rendell, head of HR services at PwC, said: “You can’t underplay the social impact of being in the office and the power of having people working in teams face-to-face. That creativity is not easy to replicate over the internet.”

Remote working ‘far off’ – Telegraph

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