work remotely? Second, we expect wage cuts as nearly one-tenth of London companies plan to cut capital raises.
- 11% stop pay raises for London workers who continue to work from home
- 28% of employers plan to hire staff to work permanently in remote areas
Nearly one in ten employers in the capital plans to withdraw or remove London’s weighted allowance for the salaries of remote workers.
An exclusive survey of more than 22,700 companies by hiring company Hayes found that 11% stopped raising salaries for London workers who continue to work from home.
According to a survey, 28% of employers plan to hire staff to work permanently in remote areas. This was more than double the previous survey.
London wages: 1 in 10 companies stop pay raises for London workers doing WFH
Many companies plan to give their employees “flexibility” to work. This means going to the office on some days and working from home on other days.
There is also debate about whether salaries should be reduced because those who continue to work from home do not have to pay for commuting.
Last month, Whitehall officials reportedly discussed removing London’s weights for civil servants who didn’t want to return to work.
Hays Managing Director Simon Winfield said:
He said this would give employers “access to a wider talent pool, including those with accessibility issues,” when staff competition is fierce.
Do you work from home at a London company?Then expect a wage cut
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-9980707/Working-home-London-firm-expect-pay-cut.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Do you work from home at a London company?Then expect a wage cut