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Recent years have seen working patterns and habits change exponentially. Working environments have evolved from those of pre-COVID years, with communal offices being used less frequently by companies who have embraced the concept of remote or hybrid working. However, when it comes to worker wellbeing, it’s largely influenced by what the employee prefers, whether it’s working onsite or working remotely.

Employers, if they do decide to invest in a shared office space, need to think strategically about how it can be appealing and beneficial for employees’ wellbeing, however frequently they set foot on site. In addition, ‌when employees are working remotely, employers must not ignore their duty of care when ensuring that each person’s setup is suitable, and comfortable, and does not impact productivity or their wellbeing.

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