The economic impact of returning to the office (PwC Report)

In this report, PwC assess the impact to the UK economy of office workers continuing to work
from home (WFH), versus if they were to return to their pre-COVID-19 offices for their
regular working hours.

The economic impact of returning to the office (PwC Report)

Finance and Economics, Digital Skills and The Future of Work, The Industrial Strategy, Regional and Inclusive Growth, Political & Economic Outlook Published 14 September 2020

What is the economic impact of returning to the office now?


As offices gradually reopen, workers, employers and policymakers are rightly asking what the benefit is of returning to the office.

In this report, PwC assesses the impact to the UK economy of office workers continuing to work from home (WFH), versus if they were to return to their pre-COVID-19 offices for their regular working hours. They do so by examining three key channels of economic impact: consumption, agglomeration effects and productivity.

PwC Report Front Cover

 

For more on this PwC produced report visit:

https://www.pwc.co.uk/services/economics/insights/the-economic-impact-of-returning-to-the-office.html 

 

 

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