Greater flexibility is something that employees have longed for as a work perk to allow them to better manage their work-life balance.
And now, due to the coronavirus crisis, employers have had to adopt such methods in order to keep work ticking over seamlessly.
With working from home becoming the norm amid the pandemic,
many employers have had to adapt working schedules to support working parents who are now at home with children.
And thanks to these new working arrangements, employees are now more reluctant to return to their workplace.
In fact, research from Huma has revealed that more than half of workers do not want to return to the office.
Similarly, data published by Cardiff University and the University of Southampton reported that 9/10 people
who worked from home during the crisis want to continue doing so in the future.
These statistics suggest that a huge culture shift is starting to take place regarding the way that people work,
so should business leaders now start to adopt truly flexible measures?