UK workers are having to foot the bill for remote working tech

UK workers are being left severely out of pocket after being forced to pay for new hardware and software in order to work from home during the global lockdown, new research has claimed.

A report from Lenovo claims that UK workers have personally spent an average of £271 on upgrading, improving or buying new technology to help work remotely – around £55 more than the global average.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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