Should UK workers have a legal right to hybrid work?

The UK government is under pressure to clarify its stance on giving UK employees the legal right to work from home.

As the UK’s vaccine rollout continues and so-called “Freedom Day” inches closer, UK organisations are having to decide what their workplaces will look like post-pandemic. The result has led to a debate between employees, employers, and the government about the best way to proceed.

Last week, a spokesperson for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said a taskforce is already “consulting on  making flexible working a default option, unless there are good reasons not to” — in line with the Conservative Party’s 2019 manifesto pledge to “encourage flexible working and consult on making it the default.”

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Source:: Computerworld