Remote working has revealed a digital divide. Here’s how to fix it

Remote working has revealed a digital divide. Here’s how to fix it

It is becoming increasingly apparent that COVID-19 could change the world of work for good.

As populations around the world entered lockdown in an attempt to stop the spread of this new disease, another movement was taking place: the rise of remote working. This unexpected and enforced remote working experiment has opened our eyes, not only the multitude of benefits on offer, but also the feasibility of this arrangement. It is likely that we might begin to see a ‘new normal’ – one that involves work taken on from within the remit of employee’s own homes, rather than in a traditional office setting.

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