Hachette staff to work three days in the office from June

Hachette staff to work three days in the office from June

Hachette has announced a new three-day office working policy to be phased in from June and coming fully into effect from September. 

In an email sent to all staff on Tuesday (20th April), group HR director Melanie Tansey revealed a new 3:2 hybrid working model comprised of three days in the office and two days working from home, with "core collaboration hours" from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during which most meetings will be scheduled, and flexible start and finish times. 

This applies to all staff in Carmelite House, London, and Hachette’s national offices, with the exception of those working in...

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