Private Roundtable with Bridget Phillipson, Shadow Secretary of State for Education.
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From an economic perspective, returning to the office is important. But long and expensive commutes are making workers reluctant to do so.
The rise of hybrid workingHow many days are employers requiring workers be in the office?
While most employers have not spoken up about requiring staff in the office, most in central London have set base requirements.
The rise of hybrid workingIs it the place of the Government to be getting workers back to the office?
There are a number of market failures in the return to the office that mean that policy should take an active role in encouraging the return to the office.
Join Centre for Cities and EC BID for the launch of this new report exploring hybrid working and agglomeration in London.
Three years on from lockdown, central London workers spend on average 2.3 days in the office per week. Will a London running on 59 per cent of January 2020’s office attendance levels be enough to avoid a slump in the UK's long term productivity and prosperity?
City TalksCity Talks: London and the rise of hybrid working
The authors of our new report look at hybrid working in London and address several possible future scenarios for work in the Capital.
The rise of hybrid workingWhat a future of hybrid working means for London
How will the shift to hybrid working limit London’s future potential and how should policy tackle this?
The rise of hybrid workingJust how many days are people working from the office?
Centre for Cities’ latest report gives a detailed picture on what hybrid working looks like in central London.
Lockdown changed how we live, work and shop significantly, but not all these changes have endured, nor have they been evenly spread across the country.