Annabel Denham writes for The Telegraph
Annabel said: “surveys have shown that many employees prefer travelling to the office, where they benefit from face-to-face interaction and the frisson of sitting round a brainstorming table with colleagues. Likewise, some businesses favour remote work, given it lowers overheads and can, in some cases, boost productivity. The point is this: we don’t need a national scheme that manoeuvres us away from voluntarism and towards paternalism.”
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