For many white-collar workers, the idea of working from home used to be an aspiration enjoyed by a select few, rather than an everyday reality. In plenty of cases, bosses were reluctant to dip their toes into the remote working pool, for fear that doing so could have a harmful impact on team efficiency and cohesion. However, with the advent of COVID, employers the world over were forced to put their reservations about remote working to one side, so as to ensure their staff could carry out their duties and maintain some semblance of ‘business as usual’.

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