In the pandemic year, large-scale homeworking became the norm. And it looks set to stay with a recent Gartner study suggesting that remote work is the preferred mode of operation for many firms after the COVID-19 crisis ends.
Yet, it is still unclear what best practise regards working from home is – especially when it comes to HR advising staff on how to be well, engaged and productive.
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