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Over half are now travelling back to work at least once per week, says ONS

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported last week that 53% of employees travelled to their place of work at least once in the second week of March. 

Commenting on the news, Louise Lawrence, partner at Winckworth Sherwood, said: “The research shows that for the most part, employers have taken an ethical approach, rather than trying to push through a new agenda when employees are feeling insecure and potentially prepared to accept detrimental changes. 

“After a year of lockdowns, remote working and economic hardship, the research showed that the top five improvements that employees said employers could make are firstly, ensuring greater communication and engagement; secondly, being more compassionate; thirdly, have more flexibility in working arrangements; fourthly, offer more wellbeing initiatives; and finally, to align executive pay awards where the rest of the workforce has had to take reduced remuneration packages.”

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