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Tim Sargisson: Taking a flexible route back to the office

While cutting the commute is a massive remote working bonus, in practice the home office comes with its own set of challenges, writes Tim Sargisson. Here he outlines why a mix of home desk and real-life office gives employees the best of both worlds

After nearly six months Sandringham took its first significant step forward following the impact of Covid-19 which took hold earlier this year. At the end of August, we reopened head office.

Initially, only for three days a week, from Tuesday to Thursday, with homeworking on Monday and Fridays, and only for those employees who work together in teams. However, it’s a start as we (hopefully) begin our journey back to some kind of normality after nearly six months.

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