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Parliamentary Paper House of Commons Library Briefing Paper 9391

Flexible working: remote and hybrid work


Publication date

30 Nov 2021


Coronavirus lockdowns in 2020 and 2021 meant many employers and employees were compelled to rapidly move to remote working. For many, this was their first sustained experience of homeworking. This briefing focuses on remote and hybrid work patterns in the context of the coronavirus pandemic and what this might mean for the future of work.


Sociology Of Labour, Labour Market, Households, Organizations And Firms, Public Policy, Health, and Covid 19


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