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Flexible Working Revolution

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Flexible working need not be like herding cats, with over 70% of UK employees considering flexible working as very important to their overall job satisfaction tons of carbon emissions could be saved by the adoption of home working in the UK alone The flexible working revolution The target is for greenhouse gas emissions in the UK to be cut to almost zero by 2050 In 2019 the value of commercial property reached an all-time high of £900 billion 3 million Better engagement Improved work-life balance 45% 55% Increased productivity 37% Increased equality and diversity 27% Environmental impacts Employee benefits Better mental health and wellbeing 40% Reduced business costs Reduction in staff sickness absence Increased profit 26% 30% Better recruitment of key talent 24% 17% Business benefits Better staff retention 40% Gen Z is set to comprise 36% of the workforce this year, and 65 million members of the generation are set to begin working this decade Next generation Z more people work from home than a decade ago 370k That's a 28% increase in the number homeworkers in the last decade! Source: The flexible working revolution has arrived Source: Property Data Report 2017 For more information on our Remote Worker SSL VPN services and Unified Communications solutions speak to our experts about your needs today. Call us on 0330 390 0507 Source: The future of remote working Source: UK government to commit to 2050 target Source: Flexible working works Source: Flexible working works Source: The UK commercial property market Source: Can flexible workspaces help businesses reduce their carbon footprint?

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