Future of Work

Remote working - does it make us more or less productive?

COVID-19 caused a widespread transition to working from home. Image: REUTERS/Hannah Beier

Sean Fleming

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On-site working can allow for stronger feelings of connection. Image: ADP Research

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For many COVID-19 led to disruption during regular business hours. Image: ADP Research

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There could be some important career development benefits to hybrid working. Image: ADP Research
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