Remote working: why absence makes the worker grow fonder

With the advent of highly flexible web-based communication and collaboration technologies, it’s never been as easy to work remotely - and more and more companies and workers are choosing it

10th June, 2018

With two red weather alert events in the space of six months – Hurricane Ophelia and Storm Emma - many workers in Ireland were obliged to try out what it’s like to work remotely. And many of them liked it.

According to recruitment website, part-time and remote working are two of the fastest-growing searches among Irish job searchers. This signals that people are increasingly looking for remote working. However, are employers willing...

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