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EY Reading moves to new offices

Last year, EY confirmed that it would be transitioning to a hybrid working model in the UK, enabling individuals to split their time between the office, client sites, or working from home

EY has moved its Reading team into new offices, designed to facilitate the firm’s transition to a hybrid working model.

The new office at R+ Reading on Blagrave Street is home to over 750 people and maintains the firm’s location in the heart of the town.

Last year, EY confirmed that it would be transitioning to a hybrid working model in the UK, enabling individuals to split their time between the office, client sites, or working from home.

Richard Baker, office managing partner at EY in Reading, said: “I’m delighted that we’ve moved into our new offices – providing our people with the opportunity to work in a modern, tech-enabled environment, where teams can come together to collaborate more effectively.

“EY has always worked flexibly, but a move to hybrid working and a focus on how we use our office space, will involve a shift in behaviours for all our people. The move will be an opportunity to learn about the most efficient and effective way to work in our new environment, adapting to how we do business by using technology, virtual, and in person interactions.”

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