James Dyson Slams UK’s Flexible Work Policy as ‘Staggeringly Self Destructive’
- Sir James Dyson has condemned the UK’s plans of extending employees’ rights to work from their homes.
- Writing in The TimesAccording to the billionaire, the policy shift is “economically ignorant and staggeringly self-destructive.”
- He stated that companies like Dyson won’t be able to control where their employees work and will therefore hesitate to invest in the UK.
Sir James Dyson believes the UK’s plans to allow employees work remotely are “staggeringly self-destructive.”
“The government talks loftily about the UK as a’science technology superpower’ while doing all it can to achieve exactly the opposite,” Dyson, the founder and chief engineering engineer of multinational technology company Dyson, wrote on December 8 commentary pieceFor The Times
A December 5 press release by the UK stated that workers will have the right, under new legislation, to request flexible work arrangements even on their first day. UK government. This policy shift falls within the government’s plans to make flexible work the default.
However, such a move — which comes during a global recession — is a “misguided approach” that will “generate friction between employers and employees,” Dyson wrote.
Without control over where their employees can work, “high-growth, ambitious companies” like Dyson — which has 3,500 employees in Britain — will hesitate to invest in the UK, the businessman added.
Dyson wrote that Dyson had seen the inefficiency of working from home during periods of government-enforced work. It prevents us from collaborating and providing in-person training to help us develop new technology and remain competitive against global competitors.
The billionaire also attacked legislators who supported the reform, writing that the policy was “aided” by “many civil servants who loved working from home, despite their shockingly poor public service and terrible delivery record.”
Dyson, who is currently worthFlexible work arrangements for employees are not something that the business leaders have opposed at all.
In August, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon pushed back against remote workAccording to them, it “slows up honesty and decision-making.”
Elon Musk sent a 2:30 AM email to Twitter staff in November, two weeks after taking control of the company. return to the officeFor “a minimum of 40 hours per semaine.”
Insider asked Dyson for comment, but he didn’t immediately respond.
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