Aug 9, 2021
Ocado to allow staff to work remotely from abroad
The firm's chief people officer, Claire Ainscough, told the Times newspaper that its employees were still being encouraged to return to the office. A number of other companies have announced policies on what has become known as "Hybrid working" - allowing staff to work partly from home and partly in the office. Supermarket giant Asda has said it will allow staff at its head offices to "Select the best location to do their job", including home, head office or even a store or depot. Investment bank Goldman Sachs has said it wants people to come back into the office once restrictions have ended. One unnamed Cabinet minister told the Daily Mail that civil servants who refused to return to their offices should have their pay cut.
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