PwC hits back at Lord Sugar in ‘lazy gits’ row

“You’re really seeing a difference between hardliners of a particular generational disposition like Alan Sugar, who genuinely believe that if you’re not in the office you’re not working, and soft-liners like PwC and their chairman Kevin Ellis, who recognise that how you work productively is a lot more complicated than turning up for a fixed place.”

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