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UK managers least concerned about maintaining physical office space

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New research reveals that globally, managers are still reluctant to let go of the physical office, despite clear indications that remote and hybrid working are being embraced by the vast majority of companies. UK managers, however, remain least dependent on on-site working, compared to global counterparts. Sixty three percent of UK managers have a preference […]

UK employers ‘more worried about motivation than resignation’

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According to a recent study, more UK employers are worried about staff motivation than retention. Research from Omnipresent in partnership with Remote Social shows that four in 10 employers (40%) feel that COVID-19 has positively or extremely positively impacted employee retention. In contrast, less than a quarter (24%) feel that it has negatively or extremely negatively […]

Firms ‘neglecting key parts’ of remote recruitment strategies

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Firms are largely unprepared for the barriers they encounter when hiring employees in remote locations – particularly when hiring overseas. That’s according to Omnipresent, an Employer of Record that helps organisations employ people globally, and comes after research from Aon showed that companies focus on certain aspects of their remote location strategies but neglect others. For instance, […]