Workers increasingly opting to relocate to Cork

Rebecca Kelly of serviced private office firm Glandore has noticed that many employees are choosing to return to Cork to take advantage of lower rents and higher quality of life

19th September, 2020
Workers increasingly opting to relocate to Cork
Caption (l-r): Rebecca Kelly, sales director at Glandore, pictured with Fiona Kelly, the company’s director of new projects, managing director Michael Kelly, and director Clare Kelly

The onset of the pandemic has seen organisations the length and breadth of the country adopt a new way of working outside the traditional office-based set-up.

For many, the way forward in the months ahead will involve a blended working model, combining working from home with office space for collaboration and connection.

“As many Dublin and international headquartered organisations extend their remote working arrangements into next year and beyond, we are seeing individuals choosing to...

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