Kevin Ellis, chairman and senior partner at PwC, said:
"The ending of restrictions sends a strong signal to people and markets. Each time restrictions have been lifted, we've seen more people returning to our offices - not always overnight but within days. As the storms recede and the sun comes out, so will office workers, and this is good news for cities and the economy. But it doesn’t mean brushing aside what we’ve learnt, which includes a greater sense of local community, and a better balance between work and home.”
PwC has a hybrid working policy, with people expected to spend at least two to three days (40-60% of their time) in the office or at a client site each week. Some 71% of our 23,000 people have spent time in our offices since January. We will continue to advise people to use personal judgment when deciding where to work - for example, working from home if they have symptoms of Covid.
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