You will be spending a lot more time at home, at least if you are part of the highly educated, well-paid minority of the workforce. That’s according to a new study by the McKinsey Global Institute which found that one in five people in the workforce could work remotely three

Optimism is rising as new vaccines come online to tackle COVID-19 but now employers are faced with the challenge of ensuring a safe, legal, and successful transition to life beyond the lockdown. That means putting in place the workplace safety and compliance environments to ensure their business is not the

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COVID-19 has accelerated the introduction of remote working by at least five years for 60 per cent of organisations in Australia, with the trend especially pronounced in retail, catering & leisure,  manufacturing & utilities ), and IT & telecommunications. The figures are contained in a new study by Barracuda Networks.

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Overwhelming, business leaders will maintain work from home arrangements for staff in response to Covid-19, with 82 per cent indicating this is their intention. The figures are contained in a Gartner survey from early June of 127 company leaders, representing HR, Legal and Compliance, Finance and Real Estate. For many