Industries across Australia, including construction, are beginning to embrace remote work. As we start to put the immediate effects of the COVID-19 pandemic behind us, the time is ripe for innovation in all areas, including where and how we work.
The construction industry workforce is changing. A new future is on the horizon, one where remote working will become much more common and mobility and flexibility are crucial to attracting and retaining top talent.
If your construction business is ready to embrace remote and hybrid work, a work from home policy is essential to set expectations and lead your teams
For many organisations, working entirely or partly from home is the new normal. However, the challenges and opportunities remote working presents vary by industry and workplace. Changing the dynamic of your workplace is a significant undertaking, so we’ve put together some resources to help future-proof your workforce.
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