Working 9 to 5, commuting daily either by train or car, attending face-to-face meetings and enjoying lunches with colleagues were all considered a part of normal working life this time last year. However, fast forward to March 2020 and the way of working is now something differently entirely. Working from dining room tables, kitchen worktops and even beds with a laptop have now become the norm, while Zoom calls, home-schooling and a walk around the block instead of an hour-long commute are now elements that every employee considers a normal part of working life. This way of working has given workers greater autonomy over their day, while also giving parents the opportunity to manage their workloads while children are at home due to school closures. And a recent study from Cisco has also...
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