Why working from home can work for you and your business
The switch may have been forced upon many of us, but a study found employees benefited from the flexibility and became more productive
Covid-19 has accelerated what had, until this month, been a gradual shift in the way we work.
Thousands of employees have suddenly found themselves working from home for the first time, while hundreds of companies come to grips with how to maintain productivity, possibly for weeks on end.
The good news is that it can be done – and in a way that ensures that objectives are still met, and progress made.
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