HarperCollins staff to return to office for at least two days a week

HarperCollins staff to return to office for at least two days a week

HarperCollins staff are to return to the office for at least two days a week from September, as part of a six-month pilot.

Staff were informed of the decision in a town hall meeting yesterday morning (20th May), led by c.e.o. Charlie Redmayne.

The hybrid "two-day-plus model" will see all staff working a minimum of two days per week in the office from 6th September. HarperCollins said this reflects the responses of the majority of staff, 73% of whom indicated a preference to work two or more days in the office in a recent "return to the office" survey.

The move will apply to all staff acr...

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