Second Phase of National Remote Working Employee Survey Shows 94% In Favour of Working Remotely for Some or All of the Time

Second Phase of National Remote Working Employee Survey Shows 94% In Favour of Working Remotely for Some or All of the Time

Researchers from the Whitaker Institute at NUI Galway and the Western Development Commission have published summary data from the second phase of the national remote working employee survey. The remote working study findings inform employers about employee experiences of remote working. The survey focused on those employees who are currently working fully remotely or a […]

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Out of Office: Remote Working After Covid 19

Out of Office: Remote Working After Covid 19

Join a Fórsa webinar at 1pm this Friday 25th September, where a panel of experts will explore the future for remote working from the perspective of workers, employers, communities and the economy.y. ‘Out of Office: Remote working after Covid 19’ will feature a panel of experts exploring issues like productivity, health and safety, work-life balance, and […]

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The New Reality of Teleworking: People, Firms, Places

The New Reality of Teleworking: People, Firms, Places

Working from home is the new normal for many workers around the world in response of the #Covid19 pandemic. Will it last? What will this imply for workers, employers and society? The OECD Trento Centre in collaboration with the Regional Studies Association (RSA) explored these questions and more in their recent webinar, The New Reality […]

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Public Consultation on Guidance for Remote Working

Public Consultation on Guidance for Remote Working

The Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation is conducting a public consultation to inform the delivery of guidance on remote working for both employers and employees. In December 2019 the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation published Remote Work in Ireland, a report on the prevalence and types of remote working solutions in Ireland, the attitudes […]

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Why Remote Working Delivers

Why Remote Working Delivers

Working from home, or working remotely,  has become almost universally accepted as a method that works. Of course, some careers and jobs aren’t suited for it and for others it is obviously just not possible.  But, for many of us, and for many organisations, the deliverables of remote working are working and post-pandemic, it is […]

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