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Working from home to ‘become norm’, says IWG chief exec

It comes as the company posted a pre-tax loss of £620m for the year as fewer firms rented its offices due to the pandemic

Working from home will “become the norm” for many businesses after the pandemic, even if only part-time, according to global workspace provider IWG’s chief executive.

Speaking to The BBC’s Today programme, Mark Dixon said the past year has been a “challenging” time for the company

ng to take advantage of the increased demand for hybrid working.  It comes as the company posted a pre-tax loss of £620m for the year as fewer firms rented its offices due to the pandemic.  However

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