All the Scandinavian countries do. Work life balance is one of the major factors why they always rank top of the UN‘s world happiness table and working from home is a big part of that.What’s that got to do with anything? Why should we care what other countries are doing? And last I checked Sweden started from a base WFH of something ridiculous like 30%
It’s a big assumption either wayWow Britain has now become a continent in its own right.
Good for the environment, good for local economies.Great opportunity for companies to save money on office space and work from home now in all seriousness, some smaller companies could save a fortune in rent etc
Good for families aswell, positives all round
I agree. They're talking about the death of High Streets (which began long before this) but ignoring the local community shops that will have been doing better.Good for the environment, good for local economies.
It's bad news for the property speculators hence the big push grim the right wing press. Fuck them.
Some of it in the early years will be due to spending longer in education than their parents but the days of a decent wage for unskilled work are gone.This is interesting. About how the different generations earnings compare to their parents. Its the US but I wouldn't be surprised if it was similar here.
Each generation of Americans has historically earned more than their parents, but declining upward mobility is putting this growth at risk.www.visualcapitalist.com
This is a chance to reset and look for a better way of doing things but the highest priority for the government seems to be ensure landlords can continue to charge for huge city centre rents and the likes of Pret and Costa continue to make a fortune.I agree. They're talking about the death of High Streets (which began long before this) but ignoring the local community shops that will have been doing better.