1 in 4 companies considering office exodus

If people continue to work from home, expensive urban locations will start to lose their appeal.

by Adam Gale

There’s a reason people pay top dollar to base their business in a great city. Urban ecosystems fizz with opportunity, ideas and talent.  

But if you no longer require your knowledge workers to come into the office five days a week, then there’s no reason you can’t look further afield for talent, or just choose to move the HQ somewhere a little cheaper.

Management Today and Hays teamed up to ask employers what their intentions were.

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