The coronavirus pandemic has shaken up the working world. Employers and employees alike have been forced to adapt to this new way of working: relying on emails, videoconferencing services and virtual messaging chats to communicate with one another. For many, perhaps already proponents of flexible working, this moment has shown that employees can work from home, and businesses can function without the need for a physical office. This has implications for the future of work. A...
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