Remote working a deal breaker for close to half of job candidates

Two surveys chime on demand for greater flexibility on where and when to work post-Covid.

Up to 44 per cent of job candidates say they would refuse a role if the employer did not offer some form of remote working, according to a survey by an executive search firm.

The findings are mirrored in a separate international report from EY which found that 54 per cent of employees would consider leaving their current job post-Covid, if they are not given some flexibility in where and when they work.

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