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family, cutting out hours of commuting and being able to drop off and pick their children up from school. Remote working is a popular concept among employees – a recent survey conducted in the US by Microsoft found that 72% expressed a preference for working at home regularly. Technology corporation Dell is apparently committed to: “doing what we can to improve the work experience for all our team members. And one of the


best ways we’ve found to do this is providing flexible work solutions.”


A RECENT SURVEY FOUND THAT 72% OF EMPLOYEES PREFER WORKING AT HOME REGULARLY


Andrew Mawson,


managing director of workplace strategy consultant Advanced Workplace Associates,


argues that enabling employees to work from home is good for business too. “For companies at the moment, particularly, there is an interest in it because it helps them to reduce the amount of office space that they need, or in certain circumstances, enables them to grow their headcount without taking any more office space,” he explains. Flexible working is a


concept that a number of high-profile companies have already taken on. Global


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Mariwi Zegarra


Fridtjof Dietrichkeit is distribution project manager at Unilever and is


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Olivia Evans


Olivia Evans, 31, is a business and management graduate with a masters in


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