‘Hybrid working could energise rural Ireland’
Two Irish MEPs are backing hybrid working models to help stop the population drain in rural communities
Sean Kelly and Billy Kelleher, both MEPs for Ireland South, have backed hybrid working models as a means to help rural communities grow.
Kelly told the Business Post that the way workers had adapted during the Covid-19 pandemic had shown employers the benefit of a hybrid model that blends in office work with remote work.
“We’ll never go back to business as usual. A lot of companies will see the benefit of allowing...
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