#1. Nationwide becomes latest company to tell employees to work from anywhere
Nationwide has become the latest company to tell their more than 13,000 staff members to work from anywhere in the world. The company plans to close three offices and encourage people to stay home instead, according to a report in BBC. Nationwide is just the most recent employer to allow their employees a more flexible future. Santander announced plans to reduce their London office space and ask staff to work from home more often. Big banks HSBC and Lloyds are among the many other companies looking to split working arrangements as well. British Airways plans to sell off their headquarters at Heathrow and move to more flexible arrangements for thousands of staff members. Read more here.