One third (33%) of UK workers expect more workplace ﬂexibility in the next decade, reveals the Workforces 2025 report by TalkTalk Business. A further third (33%) think the Monday to Friday working week will become redundant; 42% believe evolving routines driven by new technologies will spell the demise of the 9-5 working day in the next 10 years. That said, over a third (39%) believe there will still be a need for a permanent office building, even if just under a quarter (23%) think offices will be a lot smaller.
One in three workers expects more ﬂexibility in the next decade
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