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The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way employers and employees think about work.
Where, when and how they work have been thrown into the air.
One positive for workers and businesses to take away from the pandemic’s effects is the proof of productivity outside of the traditional office environment.
Employees have proven that they are able to meet deadlines, communicate effectively and manage their workload remotely.
This has lead to many discussions around the continuation of such measures post-pandemic.
The IT Solutions & Services Provider space is already well acquainted with staff working remotely.
However, we’re also seeing more and more businesses looking at ways to extend the opportunities for flexible working in their organisations to better suit the changing demands of today’s workforce.
It’s vital then that businesses are prepared fully for this. But where should you start?
You need to think about your process and workflow.
What does this need to include? What themes need to be addressed?
But for now, let’s learn more about what you need to know about working from home.
In this guide, we’ll be covering 3 key areas:
We come first