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Could remote working become the new normal?

15 September, 2020

Back in 2015, a survey of business owners by Virgin Media Business predicted that 60% of office-based employees would regularly work from home by 2022. This year, global disruption saw us prematurely exceed this figure. The majority of office workers began working from home to ensure business continuity. Could our current experiences of remote working mean that we continue to exceed this prediction?


Here Alex Darby, head of people at EU Automation, explores how businesses can embrace a new era of working.

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www.euautomation.com/automated




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