Sunday August 9, 2020

Back to basics

Working from home is here to stay according to Irish chief information officers, and a digitally skilled workforce has never been more important, writes Aoife Valentine Secor

7th June, 2020
Working in an office with colleagues may never be normal again. Picture: Getty

The government’s roadmap to easing the Covid-19 restrictions and reopening Ireland doesn’t allow the vast majority of workers to return to normal until August 10, all going well.

While a number of workers will be allowed to return to their workplaces during the fourth phase in mid-July, this is confined to workers who cannot work from home.

A return to the office and working alongside colleagues in the same building will come...

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