Some staff miss the office while others enjoy walking the dog during WFH | Business

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Now I can go for a walk with the dogs
“I thought you were taller,” Annabella McCullagh said to a colleague last week. After working remotely for two years, she first met most of her team at the consulting firm Capgemini – the day before Boris Johnson announced new guidelines to work from home whenever possible.

The 36-year-old has her hands full from her Hampshire home entering data for pandemic-related public sector contracts. She’s been to Capgemini’s London office only a few times since the initial lockdown and is relaxed about not going back. “It’s an hour and a half to work while brushing my teeth and being in the ‘office’ within five minutes,” she said. The key to enjoying home work is a routine