Remote working: thriving or surviving?

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Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdowns certainly expediated the idea of working and learning in a remote environment. Nevertheless, remote working as a concept has long been an option for employers and employees. Some organisations previously enabled their workers to opt-in a homeworking on Fridays, or build up flexitime, as an example. Despite being around for decades, only a relatively small proportion of people worked in this way. A seismic shift caused by the pandemic now meant that millions of people migrated to a remote format.

Period9 Jun 2022

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  • TitleRemote working: thriving or surviving?
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletChicago Headlines
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date9/06/22
    DescriptionCovid-19 and the subsequent lockdowns certainly expediated the idea of working and learning in a remote environment. Nevertheless, remote working as a concept has long been an option for employers and employees. Some organisations previously enabled their workers to opt-in a homeworking on Fridays, or build up flexitime, as an example. Despite being around for decades, only a relatively small proportion of people worked in this way. A seismic shift caused by the pandemic now meant that millions of people migrated to a remote format.
    URLhttps://www.chicagoheadlines.us/remote-working-thriving-or-surviving-dr-ryan-thomas-williams-university-of-sunderland/
    PersonsRyan Williams