The Independent— Dear Vix: While I appreciate that you don’t like conflict, it’s time to stand up for yourself and to draw a line between what makes you feel happy, calm and safe at work, and what doesn’t, writes Victoria Richards
CNBC—Why billionaire Jeff Vinik is “taking the over” on workers going back to the office. Jeff Vinik is overseeing a $3.5 billion development in downtown Tampa that is betting on workers returning to offices, something he said he's bullish on.
Mail Online—Office staff do not need to go back to working from home over Omicron variant. Nicola Sturgeon yesterday told firms in Scotland to ask their staff to work from home until the middle of January wherever possible. But No.10 played down reports that the same will happen here.
Digiday—Digiday+ Research: A majority of publishers don’t want to go back to full-time office work. With vaccination rates having leveled off and the omicron variant rising, optimism about office returns has given way to a more pessimistic outlook. The post Digiday+ Research: A majority of publishers don’t want to go back to full-time office work appeared first on Digiday.