A flick of the kettle, another rummage in the fridge – for Boris Johnson it’s all too tempting when working from home.
In a renewed call, the prime minister wants the country to get back into the office and scrap remote working.
But is his argument to get Britons back to the office valid? And how do people feel who’ve now been accustomed to ‘WFH’ for two years?
Take the mill town of Burnley in Lancashire. It’s actually the second best area in the UK to recruit for work from home jobs, according to data published by Zoom earlier this week.
Since March 2020, the area has seen a 391% increase in the number of jobs which allow people to do remote work and they’re being taken up.
Dave Walker runs +24 Marketing. He’s put in place a hybrid working plan for his staff and he says shifting most of his business to remote work has meant he can attract staff from further afield.
It’s why he thinks the prime minister’s comments aren’t “forward…