Konnie Huq launches campaign encouraging Brits to give back through remote working
Remote and hybrid working has become more common than ever before following the pandemic and it looks like it’s here to stay, but perhaps with a twist.
According to a new global study, almost three quarters of Brits think being able to work from anywhere in the world is beneficial not only to their work-life balance, but society as a whole.
Over half of Brits (55%) polled as part of the new Lenovo study say they are open to working from anywhere in the world, with 58% even happy to work longer hours if it means they can do so from a remote location of their choosing.
In light of the findings, Lenovo is launching its Work for Humankind initiative, calling on skilled volunteers from around the world to make a long-lasting difference while working from one of the most remote places in the world thanks to the power of technology.
Aston spoke to TV presenter Konnie Huq.
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