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The study by manufacturing Airdi, also found Covid-19 a concern for over a quarter of respondents (26%), despite the excellent progress of the vaccination programme in the UK. Steve Whittall, of Airdri, said: “It’s going to be a big culture shift as companies do tentatively welcome their employees back.
“As a nation we have gotten used to homeworking over the past year, and sharing a space with others it seems, is weighing on our minds as we tentatively ease our way out of lockdown and back to normality.
“But where most are looking forward to being sociable in pubs, restaurants and seeing family, mixing with others in the workplace does not seem to hold quite the same appeal.”