Considering the cost: businesses and relationships may pay a price for remote working
Many companies say they are unlikely to return to their office-bound existence once the pandemic has gone, but working from home must not be allowed to hurt family life, says Martyn Davies
The era of remote working will create new management tensions between productivity and human relationships, says Martyn Davies, head of Deloitte’s Alchemy School of Management.
The development of technology allowing people to work and stay in touch with their office from anywhere in the world is changing workplace dynamics. The danger comes, says Davies, when employers expect staff to be constantly available, even outside normal working hours...