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Work everywhere, live anywhere

Flexible working has been common in the tech sector for some time, but today more and more businesses of all shapes and sizes are allowing staff to telecommute. Jason Walsh looks at what’s driving the change

28th November, 2019

The spectacular rise and fall of WeWork has thrown a spotlight on the nature of the workplace today. Among the questions it has raised is why do so many people apparently need office space away from work in the first place?

WeWork itself may well have been little more than a réchauffé estate agent with a questionable corporate structure, but with more and more workers in insecure ‘gig economy’ employment, it‘s no surprise that so-called...

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