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About one in six white-collar workers want to change jobs because their employer is forcing them to return to the office

1/27/2022 12:00:00 PM

About one in six white-collar workers want to change jobs because their employer is forcing them to return to the office

About one in six white-collar workers want to change jobs because their employer is forcing them to return to the office.According to a survey of 1,000 people b

Wednesday January 26 2022, 5.00pm,Some employees are concerned that colleagues who do commute in will be favoured by bossesALAMYWednesday January 26 2022, 5.00pm,The TimesAbout one in six white-collar workers want to change jobs because their employer is forcing them to return to the office.

According to a survey of 1,000 people by, those who work in IT, telecoms, sales, legal and marketing are the most determined to continue working from home and are considering switching roles if they are unable to do so.SponsoredThe research found that while a failure to increase staff pay and a poor bonus scheme were the most common reasons cited for wanting to quit, being forced back into the office also played a part.

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Laurence Sleator Wednesday January 26 2022, 5.00pm , Some employees are concerned that colleagues who do commute in will be favoured by bosses ALAMY Wednesday January 26 2022, 5.00pm , The Times About one in six white-collar workers want to change jobs because their employer is forcing them to return to the office. According to a survey of 1,000 people by , those who work in IT, telecoms, sales, legal and marketing are the most determined to continue working from home and are considering switching roles if they are unable to do so. Sponsored The research found that while a failure to increase staff pay and a poor bonus scheme were the most common reasons cited for wanting to quit, being forced back into the office also played a part. Last week Boris Johnson announced that workers could immediately return to their offices, before the remaining plan B coronavirus measures were lifted this week.