A flexible work life and the ability to work remotely have always been top priorities for job applicants, but in these pandemic-ridden days, travelling to the workplace is a definite dealbreaker for the majority.
Since COVID, more Americans have moved to southern States to work from home. Terry Collins of USA Today has the story.
According to a research conducted by management firm Advanced Workplace Associates, just 3% of white collar professionals want to return to the workplace five days a week. Employees have threatened to resign if their managers force them back full-time.
Despite the fact that they are free to return to the workplace after the government withdrew its advise to work remotely over a month ago, a large proportion of Britons continue to work from home.