Ross Gazette readers have a broadly positive attitude towards working-from-home, despite prime minister Boris Johnson telling the public that it doesn’t work.
Of those surveyed, 70 per cent had some preference to continue working from home, with around 30 per cent saying they prefer full remote working and around 40 per cent saying they prefer a hybrid approach—of working some days in the office with some days at home.
Only 10 per cent of people said that they preferred working exclusively from an office.
The prime minister made headlines last week after his vocal criticisms of working-from-home. He told a national newspaper: “My experience of working from home is you spend an awful lot of time making another cup of coffee and then, you know, getting up, walking very slowly to the fridge, hacking off a small piece of cheese, then walking very slowly back to your laptop and then forgetting what it was you’re doing.”
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