Millions are working from home because of the coronavirus, and fears of a drop in productivity haven’t been realised. Photo: Getty Images Millions are working from home because of the coronavirus, and fears of a drop in productivity haven’t been realised. Photo: Getty Images
Millions are working from home because of the coronavirus, and fears of a drop in productivity haven’t been realised. Photo: Getty Images

Work from home revolution has begun thanks to coronavirus, as remote staff maintain productivity and efficiency

  • The coronavirus pandemic has forced a trial run of remote working, and employers and their staff have found it doesn’t have the downsides some expected
  • Many companies could continue to have some staff work from home after the health crisis, allowing them to cut costs and spend less on renting office space

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Millions are working from home because of the coronavirus, and fears of a drop in productivity haven’t been realised. Photo: Getty Images Millions are working from home because of the coronavirus, and fears of a drop in productivity haven’t been realised. Photo: Getty Images
Millions are working from home because of the coronavirus, and fears of a drop in productivity haven’t been realised. Photo: Getty Images
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