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Civil servants set for hybrid working policy in two months

Employees and bosses gearing up for a ‘once in a lifetime’ change to where staff are based

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“A new hybrid working policy which offers a blended approach to working from home, remote working and office-based work subject to business need is expected to be launched in April," a spokeswoman said.

“A new hybrid working policy which offers a blended approach to working from home, remote working and office-based work subject to business need is expected to be launched in April," a spokeswoman said.

Anne Phillipson, director of change and consulting at business advisory firm Grant Thornton

Anne Phillipson, director of change and consulting at business advisory firm Grant Thornton

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“A new hybrid working policy which offers a blended approach to working from home, remote working and office-based work subject to business need is expected to be launched in April," a spokeswoman said.

Hybrid working is due to begin for 25,000 civil servants from April, as employees and bosses alike face what one expert called a “revolution” in work.

The Department of Finance said workers across the Civil Service would stay at home while the government guidance remains that staff who can work from home should do so.


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