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August 12, 2022
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An optimistic take on the future of work

Setting aside the drastic personal tragedies, the financial devastation and the strain the virus has placed on government infrastructure, business, finance, and healthcare systems worldwide, the coronavirus has been able to achieve what legions of workplace strategists and change managers have been unable to do: encourage middle managers to give remote working a try. Remote working, which I prefer to call “local working”, doesn’t just happen at home. It can include anything from working in the garden shed to a local coworking centre. In fact, there are on-demand workspaces in all shapes and sizes for us to choose when the…
An optimistic take on the future of work

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