With the devastating ramifications of the COVID-19 illness’ rapid spread throughout the UK acutely evident in the minds of the population, it’s swiftly becoming clear that for at least a vast majority of workers, remote working will very soon be a regular fixture – if not the only solution – to keeping the economy robust and workplaces open and functioning.
And whilst it may not be ideal for many – in fact recent research found that a worrying number of workers simply aren’t equipped to remote work due to a lapse in contingency measures by employers – many businesses are easing into the concept by testing out strategies for an entirely remote workforce.
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