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A survey by PwC and Regus is looking into work place recovery trends: please take part. The survey closes on 4th December.

When something goes wrong, and you can't work from your usual place of work, traditionally many firms expect you to relocate to facilities provided by work place recovery service providers. These provide all the facilities you need, but can be inconvenient.

The development of faster communication and more capable mobile computing means that many of us are increasingly able to work wherever we like – at home, in a coffee shop, on the train. It’s no surprise that we are seeing many of businesses move to home working recovery strategies, and saving a lot of money by doing so.  

This short (two minute) survey explores this in a little more detail. People completing the survey will be entered into draw to win an Apple Watch.

Your insights into the future of our industry would be appreciated.

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