"It is important for employers to offer training on how to manage the unique demands of remote working."
The study suggests organisations should look to invest in consolidating their various collaborative tools and technologies into a simpler, more streamlined system.
“Missing out on family moments and dropping extra-curricular interests is only going to lead to miserable workers."
83 per cent felt obliged to carry out house chores and that often get given jobs to do while “working from home”.
"As skills shortages become larger in many sectors, employers should take note of the demand for flexible working and the push for greater flexibility."
"Allowing employees to work when it suits their needs could also have a significant impact on their alertness and have important mental health and sleep benefits."
"HR departments fear freelancers due to the numerous invoices and timesheets that come with hiring freelance workers."
“Flexible working is just one element of a smarter approach to the working week which I feel is needed across the UK."
One of the reasons firms are falling at the first hurdle towards flexibility is because they do not understand how they currently use their office space.
Stuart Thomas, customer success lead in the recruitment division of The Access Group says recruiters…
The freedom to log on and work remotely will suddenly open up a lot of possibilities for your consultants, as well as free time in their diaries.