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# remote-working - Sunday 26 July, 2020

Opinion: We've adapted to remote working in a crisis - where do we go from here?

Rowena Hennigan is an expert in remote working. She says emergency remote working in the pandemic is not the way to approach remote working long term.

# remote-working - Monday 13 July, 2020

80% of people want a change from working in the office, survey finds

Almost a quarter of people favour working two to three days a week from home and the rest in the office.

# remote-working - Monday 25 May, 2020

Greater Dublin best placed to deal with post-Covid crisis due to remote working options, UCC study finds

The study warns there are regional implications due to dependency on sectors less able to work remotely and socially distance.

# remote-working - Friday 15 May, 2020

Zoombombing, FaceTiming and finding your light: surviving working from home

Sarah Geraghty offers some helpful advice to those dealing with new forms of communication via technology.

# remote-working - Monday 16 March, 2020

Opinion: So, you're working from home for now. How do you manage?

Barbara Edwards offers advice to workers who now find themselves signing in remotely, during the Covid-19 outbreak.

# remote-working - Friday 3 January, 2020

Worklife trends of 2019 and what's in store for next year

Here’s how Irish businesses are embracing an evolving workplace.

# remote-working - Thursday 1 August, 2019

No commuting and casting a wider talent net - why businesses are opting for remote working

Irish industry experts and business people weigh in on the pros and cons of the ‘smarter way’ to work.