O2 experiment finds more than one-third of staff work better remotely

Stuart Sumner
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3,000 workers stayed at home as O2 closed its head office in the remote working experiment, which also saved 2,000 hours of commuting time

An O2 experiment in remote working has found that more than a third of staff (36 per cent) said that they were more productive working at home than they would have been in the office. O2 closed its...

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