Almost half of the U.K.’s legal workforce is anxious about returning to the office following the lifting of the coronavirus lockdown, according to a survey looking into the impact of remote working on the sector.

As law firms look to get more employees back into the office in the run up to the autumn, a poll of 100 people working in the legal sector by U.K.-based online bullying and harassment reporting platform Culture Shift found that many that 44% of respondents were “dreading going back to the workplace”.

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