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Slack put 5 remote-working myths under the microscope. Here's what it found

The pandemic has upended billions of people's working lives. Image: Unsplash/Mikey Harris

Victoria Masterson

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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The index is based on data from a survey of 9,032 knowledge workers who identify as “skilled office workers”. Image: Slack
Most respondents to the Slack survey want a mix of home and office working. Image: Slack
It’s harder for women with children to balance work and childcare, the study says. Image: Slack
Individual employees and middle managers say they feel the lowest sense of belonging. Image: Slack

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