‘I feel so much better’: Employees ready to work from home more often

A survey by Swinburne University researchers John Hopkins and Anne Bardoel found nearly four in 10 respondents had never worked from home before the crisis. But only 10 per cent said they will not do any work from home in future.

Housing manager Lola Treadwell’s work routine was radically altered by the pandemic.

She had never worked from home, but has proved to herself — and her bosses — that it’s not only possible, but practical.

Ms Treadwell’s days used to start at 4.30am. After a session at a gym, she would take two trains for an hour-and-a-half commute from her home in Cronulla to her office in Parramatta, where she works for Evolve Housing…. Read More

 

 

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