Saturday 6 August 2022 10:25 PM So much for back to the office! Civil Service offers WFH jobs with salaries of ... trends now

Saturday 6 August 2022 10:25 PM So much for back to the office! Civil Service offers WFH jobs with salaries of ... trends now
Saturday 6 August 2022 10:25 PM So much for back to the office! Civil Service offers WFH jobs with salaries of ... trends now

Saturday 6 August 2022 10:25 PM So much for back to the office! Civil Service offers WFH jobs with salaries of ... trends now

So much for back to the office! Civil Service offers WFH jobs with salaries of up to £117,000 Ministers have told public sector workers to return to their desks in the office Despite this position, the Civil Service is advertising for 'remote working' roles Ministry of Defence, Ofgem and HM Revenue & Customs are all offering these 

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The Civil Service is advertising ‘work from home’ jobs paying salaries up to four times higher than the UK national average, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Despite Ministers telling public sector workers to get back to the office, the Ministry of Defence is looking for a £117,000-a-year Head of Platform Services Executive which the job listing says can be done by ‘remote working (anywhere in the UK)’.

Energy watchdog Ofgem is offering £82,820 for a Principal Regulatory Cyber Advisor which says the successful applicant will only have to work ‘one day a week in the office.’ 

This is despite criticism for allowing the majority of its staff to work from home while energy prices soar.

Meanwhile, crisis-hit HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), which has months-long delays in processing tax rebates, is advertising a £80,384 role for a Security Advisor who can work from home two days a week ‘or more where the business agrees’.

Frustrated Ministers including PM contender Liz Truss have urged all civil

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