Springer Nature unveils its hybrid working plan

Springer Nature unveils its hybrid working plan

Springer Nature staff will work a minimum of two days a week from home, with the option to increase that to three or four days, when the company returns to the office later this year.

The academic publisher is the latest to reveal its plans following several recent announcements by trade companies, including Hachette UK where employees will work in the office three days a week and Bloomsbury, which has opted for two days.

Springer Nature's move is part of a package of “new normal” working practices it has put together following consultation with staff, planning to roll them out once restr...

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