As coronavirus continues to spread, many organisations across the globe are encouraging employees to work from home in order to prevent further outbreak.
The concept of remote working is nothing new (particularly for digital-first organisations). According to ONS statistics, more than 1.54 million people in the UK work from home for their main job – up from 884,000 10 years ago.
In light of recent events causing more and more employees to work remotely, organisations may be realising the benefits – and encountering the challenges – of a distributed workforce for the first time. Here are a few ways organisations can ensure that the practice is as effective as (and perhaps even more effective than) being in the office…
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