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  • London office workers want pay rise to return to office
  • London office workers want pay rise to return to office
    Mikel Parera (2020) ©
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London office workers want pay rise to return to office

The pandemic has meant that flexible working has become the norm, forcing many businesses to adapt their working policies – but employees remain reluctant to return to the office. A study has revealed that employees are willing to come back but want something in return: a pay rise.

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