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Homeworking works, no matter what the weather decides to do

Making it easy to work remotely benefits parents, millennials and other busy people all the time, not just on snow days, writes Nicola Mortimer, head of business product, marketing and operations, Three Ireland

11th March, 2018
Nicola Mortimer, head of business product, marketing and operations, Three Ireland

In the last few years, a dramatic shift has taken place in Irish businesses, with mobile working now very much a reality. Irish organisations have changed the way they communicate, as well as their tools and technology, to create a flexible and fluid workplace. Access to company information was once defined by hardware, location and fixed networks. This is now possible from almost anywhere.

In recent weeks, Ireland came to a standstill with Storm Emma...

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