Almost half of British financial advisers think they will work from home two to three days a week after Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, according to a recent survey from Personal Finance Society.
As reported by the site International Investment, the professional body for financial advisers, which carried out its poll on social media, found that 46 percent expect to continue working from home at least part of the time, while only 17 percent expect to spend most of the workweek in the office.
British government guidelines currently recommend that workers telecommute if they can, at least until June 21.
“The results of this survey show the limitations and benefits of remote working have been made clear by the Covid-19 pandemic,” PFS chief executive Keith Richards told International Investment. “Clearly one size does not fit all when it comes to identifying how insurance professionals wish to work once government guidance on working from home changes.”