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‘People will need to comply’: No right to refuse return-to-office call, lawyers say – The Age

Workers who want to shun the office and keep working from home have little in the way of legal recourse to refuse such a direction from their employer, lawyers…



The survey of 322 users of the social media site LinkedIn by researchers at Swinburne University found that 35 per cent of participants would prefer to work from home every day and a majority would like to split their time between home and office.
One of the report’s authors, John Hopkins, said most employers were developing plans to allow flexible work arrangements but in some cases, they were insisting workers return to the office full-time.
Slater and Gordon principal lawyer Andrew Rich said…

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