This Working Life: Learning to manage a more flexible workforce
The practice of working from home is likely to stay with us even after the pandemic fades – which means that employers will need to employ new ways to communicate, motivate and connect
With working from home set to become one of Covid-19’s most notable employment-related legacies, learning to manage a more flexible workforce will be a priority for employers in the months ahead.
To find out more about the challenges they may face, we surveyed 250 senior and mid-level professionals around the country about their experience working from home over the past three months.
We wanted to find out more about their working hours, productivity, mental...
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