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Remote Working

Jul, 2020
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As we question a return to “normal” working life and the purpose of the workplace, will this be the end of office life as we know it? Our Remote Working special report, published in The Times, explores how the pandemic has challenged traditional office life from commuting to cybersecurity. It examines why trust in the remote workplace has never been so important and how to foster an inclusive culture while working apart. It looks at how conspiracy theories, geopolitical tensions and home working has pushed the future of 5G deployment into the spotlight. For the featured infographic, we surveyed over 500 of our readers, employees, journalists and social followers in an effort to understand what they do and don’t like about working remotely and what will need to change in the future if remote working will become permanent.

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The world of work may be forever changed by the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, not least when it comes to working from home. As businesses and employees continue to operate remotely, we surveyed over 500 of our readers, employees, journalists and social followers in an effort to understand what they do and don’t like about working remotely and what will need to change in the future for this to become a  functioning part of everyday life