Civil servants' computers to be monitored to check attendance

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Cabinet Office computers to be monitored to check how many civil servants are attending the office
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Cabinet Office computers to be monitored to check how many civil servants are attending the office

Government seeks end to WFH and return of attendance rates to pre-pandemic levels

Civil servants working for the Cabinet Office will have their computers monitored to check attendance in a government effort to reduce working from home. The move is a part of a larger effort in...

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