Mar 19, 2021

Reach says most of its staff will permanently work from home

The publisher of the Daily Mirror and Daily Express newspapers has said about three-quarters of staff will permanently work from home and it will significantly reduce its office space, citing the success of remote working during the pandemic. The company has roughly 4,000 employees, about half of whom work in editorial roles. The rest will either be home-based or working mainly from home with "Regular office attendances", Reach said on Friday. The move, which was first reported by City AM, comes as many companies ponder the future of office working as their staff reach the first anniversary of working primarily from home. Reach declined to say how much it would save from downsizing its offices.

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