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Workers rush back to the office as temperatures plunge to -8C with Beast from the East on the way


Freezing temperatures this winter are a large factor in remote workers returning to the office, new data shows, as cash-strapped Brits return to the office in order to save on heating bills ahead of another cold snap set to arrive early next month. 

Research from CV-Library, a jobs and employment site, shows that 20 percent of professionals changed their working patterns due to the recent cold weather, which has seen snow and ice hit much of the UK.

The survey of 1,700 people found that 40 percent of those who had changed working pattern said they had gone into the officer ‘purely to save on heating bills’, the Telegraph reports. 

It comes as weather forecasters warn of another ‘Beast from the East’ could hit UK shores next month, sending a stream of Arctic air heading this way.

A series of weather warnings have been issued by forecasters over freezing fog to hit the UK this morning

A series of weather warnings have been issued by forecasters over freezing fog to hit the UK this morning

Corfe Castle in Dorset saw a frosty, cold start on Sunday, with no let up in temperatures yet

Corfe Castle in Dorset saw a frosty, cold start on Sunday, with no let up in…



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