Teleworking is here to stay
These last few months have been witnessing a more permanent shift towards teleworking, with industries investing in remote technology and workers learning how to use them.
Around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the trend toward teleworking for the long term.
Even with the emergence of remote work technology, teleworking has been slower to take hold than predicted.
However, these last few months have been witnessing a more permanent shift towards teleworking, with industries investing in remote technology and workers learning how to use them.
There are many upsides of teleworking, as most workers prefer working from home. With the decrease in commute travelling, teleworking has had a very positive environmental impact by helping reducing emissions. Companies have been able to save on office costs and studies show that workers have become more productive. Finally, families spend more time together and work and family roles are more balanced.
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