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GFirst survey plotting the future of the office

Working from home has become part of the new normal over the past few months and looks set to remain so for quite some time.

And GFirst LEP, Gloucestershire's Local Enterprise Partnership, is looking to compile data on current and future working patterns across the Gloucestershire business community in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

Businesses across Gloucestershire are being asked to answer a short survey about flexible working, working from home and plans for the future after Covid-19.

They want to hear about how you are finding working from home and what the new normal could look like.

The survey will take less than five minutes to complete and feedback will help GFirst LEP make informed decisions on the future of new office space, business support for the county, recruitment and mental health and well-being.

Have you and your colleagues been working from home? How has it has been working? What are your plans for working when the Covid-19 pandemic is over?

Let GFirst LEP know by taking their survey here

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