Wednesday, 08 December 2021

Remote working here to stay says Irish govt

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 18 January 21

A National Remote Work Strategy has been developed, with steps that may include the acceleration of the National Broadband Plan

Over the last year, the movement restrictions imposed by the pandemic have seen many of us grow very well acquainted with remote working. But, while working from home has proved viable for many businesses around the world, there still remains a major question of to what extent remote working will continue once the pandemic has finally passed. On Friday, however, the Irish government made their position on the matter very clear, announcing a National Remote Work Strategy…

Over the last year, the movement restrictions imposed by the pandemic have seen many of us grow very well acquainted with remote working. But, while working from home has proved viable for many businesses around the world, there still remains a major question of to what extent remote working will continue once the pandemic has finally passed. On Friday, however, the Irish government made their position on the matter very clear, announcing a National Remote Work Strategy…

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