Working from home likely to stay long after COVID-19 pandemic is over

Working from home likely to stay long after COVID-19 pandemic is over

Working from home likely to stay long after COVID-19 pandemic is over By political reporter Stephanie Dalzell and senior business correspondent Peter Ryan Working from home is here to stay long after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the federal government's key economic adviser, with a new report suggesting some people might even take a pay cut to remain in their home office. Key points: - The percentage of Australians working from home has jumped from 8 per cent to 40 per cent in the past two years - Working from home is expected to continue at high levels after the pandemic ends - In future, employers and workers are expected to negotiate mutually beneficial arrangements A major review by the Productivity Commission found the percentage of Australians working from home …
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