Planning for the distributed workplace

Last year saw radical changes to the workplace for many of us, and the evidence suggests that they could be permanent. What does the next 18 months have in store for the office?

31st January, 2021
Planning for the distributed workplace
Forty-seven per cent of the Irish workforce worked exclusively from home during lockdown, one of the highest rates in Europe

The year 2020 was one of shocks, and the dawn of 2021 has done little to make anyone think that things will be back to normal in short order. Practices unheard of before, from mask-wearing to social distancing, will be with us for months at least, and the cancellation of this year’s St Patrick’s Day festivities suggests the government expects Ireland to be in some form of lockdown for a while yet.

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