Hybrid working could unlock job prospects for 3.8 million Brits

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Hybrid working could unlock job prospects for 3.8 million Brits
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Hybrid working could unlock job prospects for 3.8 million Brits

Increased adoption of hybrid working could add £48.3 billion to the UK economy

Flexible and hybrid working could help almost four million people in the UK to enter or return to the job market, according to a new study by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR). ...

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