From Civil Society News:
The RSPCA is putting its main office up for sale as it plans a flexible approach to the workplace and wants to release funds to invest in activity.
Staff are expecting to spend less time in the office in the future, so the charity wants to downsize and find more suitable, and cheaper to run, offices nearby.
Part of the property strategy also includes opening a London hub next month.
Around 380 staff work at its main office in Southwater, West Sussex. Nearly three quarters of them said told bosses that they wanted to work more from home in the future and 70% said they wanted to do between one and three days in the office at most.