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UK employers ‘fail to support workers’ needs for remote and hybrid workspaces’

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A survey of UK employers and employees gives insight into the lack of provision for remote and hybrid office workers to carry out their roles. While only just over half (56%) of employers admit they regularly check in with all employees to enquire about their health and wellbeing and 55% provide laptops, 73% of employees […]

73% of UK workers would choose next employer on flexible tech and wellbeing provision

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A survey of hybrid-office and home-based UK workers shows 73% believe that the provision of ergonomic work conditions, as well as support for their health, will play a bigger role when choosing a company to work for. The survey by Ergotron revealed that younger generations surveyed place special importance on this, with 100% of workers […]

The new workplace normal: Setting up safe, healthy office and remote work spaces

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By Kleopatra Kivrakidou, Channel Marketing Manager EMEA at Ergotron Many businesses have been cautious in their return-to-work approach. A survey undertaken earlier in July by The British Chambers of Commerce found that up to 62% of employers expect part or all of their staff to continue working remotely for at least the next 12 months. […]