The new work from home is now done from bars.

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Work from home no more

The work-from-home policy was pioneered by Covid-19, but several UK pubs have since developed a fresh concept.

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A unique trend

The WFP, or work from pub, trend has been pioneered in British pubs, which also provide additional amenities for the proprietors.

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Cut the bills

According to a story by The Guardian, businesses are switching to WFP to boost income since workers want to reduce their power costs.

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The cost at pubs

The 350 pubs in the Fuller brewery's chain offer WFP packages starting at £10 (about Rs 933) per day, according to the article.

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Attractive offers

For about £15 (Rs 1,400), Yong's brewery offers tempting WFP packages that include lunch and unlimited tea and coffee.

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What you get

You'll get lunch and a drink at Fuller as part of the $10 bundle. You can purchase a "work and play" bundle for £15 at The Flintgate.

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The sudden rise

The escalating cost of living issue in the nation, which is only going to become worse, is the reason why the WFP even exists in the UK.

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No distraction

According to the Guardian article, a customer who works for WFP said that because there isn't any extra work at pubs, it's easier to focus there than at home.

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The objective

The major goal of the bars is to entice laptop employees in order to enhance their income as UK inflation rises.

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