Wednesday September 23, 2020

United they stand: how remote hubs are working together

Remote working hubs have become increasingly popular, but how are they faring in the pandemic?

6th September, 2020
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Jennifer Dowling, co-founder The Box CoWork

Working life is undergoing a metamorphosis right now. While the main focus has been on working from home and not commuting, there is a lot to ponder as regards the traditional office space too.

The pandemic has shown that for most industries remote working is possible and the appetite for it has increased. A survey carried out by NUI Galway found that of 7,241 respondents, 83 per cent wanted to continue working remotely after the...

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