This Working Life: How to persuade your employer of the benefits of working remotely

Employers are not legally obliged to permit working from home, so workers who wish to do so must prepare and set out their case well if it is to be considered

To achieve the end-goal of a happy and productive workforce, employers and employees must collaborate on a workable and acceptable solution for both

Ciara Connolly is the associate director at Excel Recruitment

Remote working is here to stay in many industries, and it has brought positives for both employers and employees alike. However, its feasibility is hugely dependent on the role and the industry in question.

Remote or hybrid working can be a really good fit for an organisation in professional services such as IT, communications and finance. It benefits employees by removing commute times and offering more ...