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Could We See A Future In Remote Working?

London, UK - May 5, 2020 (PRN):

With so many now working from home, the idea of what a normal working day is has changed dramatically over the past two months - lockdown efforts are set to continue across the country for many months to come and with no certainty for when offices could re-open, it has already been suggested that once they do, certain measures could be in place such as staggering start times to reduce the risk of congestion and having too many people coming together at once, but as social distancing measures become normal and extensions to working away from the office continue, is it possible to see the remote working environment become continuous, or is there an expectation that many will return to work as normal.

There are plenty of challenges that come with this - removing ourselves from distractions as life at home has its own challenges when trying to work and other distractions such as mobile gaming which has found a huge surge in traffic in betting and casino as some of the sites not registered with gamstop have found a large increase in traffic too, and with a large number of the workforce at home tackling these distractions would be a priority for employers - discovering whether or not this has been successful or not will take time as it will take some time before any data is seen regarding productivity during this period, but initial figures are looking good across the board as many are reporting that things are running as smoothly as ever, even at a reduced capacity where staff have either unfortunately had to be let go or furloughed.

Initial surveys have also had a bit of a mixed response - some suggest that a small majority are very much for the idea of a continued period of working from home, but within the UK only 29% of those asked in a survey were for the idea of permanently doing so - whilst the population may not agree to it the data given to employers may make them lean a little more toward the idea as it also gives the potential of cutting costs in renting space and equipment.

This has served as an opportunity, or even a short term experiment, to answer a question that has long been mulled over - many experts have suggested in the past that working from home could increase productivity as well as employee satisfaction and where smaller scale may have been conducted, doing so on such a scale may not have been possible in any other circumstance. These same experts will be closely monitoring the current data that is coming in as well as keeping track of any new data once others return to work as normal - if there is a positive trend it may skew in favour of the change being permanent. There's still plenty of time to gather more information, as mentioned these lockdown measures could remain in place for a number of months yet to come and those working from home will be amongst the last to go back.




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