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It’s an open secret. We all work a little less hard when we work from home. Anecdotally, we’ve all heard someone quip, “it’s alright, I’m working from home tomorrow”, as they make a beeline for the bar to order the fourth round of drinks during a midweek evening pub session. But now there’s a new [...]
Remote workers are secretly using AI - particularly ChatGPT - to gain an edge of their competitors and free up their time during the day. Eventually, we all will be, writes Eliza Filby
A banking giant has demanded slow to return staff get back to the office - and bonus packages will be cut if they work from home too often
Far from the doom and gloom predicted, the Square Mile continues to hold appeal for visitors and workers alike, Chris Hayward writes.
The pandemic may have ended, but the lasting work-from-home culture has changed how people splash their cash – and invariably it’s on a Thursday now. Empty restaurants, but heaving happy hours in pubs, is the perhaps biggest shift for the hospitality sector as consumers change their habits to meet a new work-life balance. A new [...]
Artificial intelligence (AI) is more likely to replace the jobs of people working from home, a study by two Oxford professors has warned. Work that can be done remotely is the most susceptible to automation, Oxford University AI academics Carl-Benedikt Frey and Michael Osborne have suggested in a draft paper. And AI is less likely [...]
Recent research reveals that the cost of living crisis and soaring energy bills are pushing workers back to the office.
The split between office workers only in the office half the week, and hospitality staff in every day has created a cultural divide down the middle of London, writes Claire Campbell
Earlier this year, the bank told workers that they had to come into the office for at least two days a week.
One in six Londoners have admitted to having sex whilst they should be working, fresh research shows, as employers across the capital look to stiffen up on hybrid working rules. The data, which was published by LifeSearch, shows that more widely across the UK 1.6 million workers have admitted to getting ‘between the sheets’ between [...]
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