working from home

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Most Australians working from home were happy to do so before COVID hit, but research has identified several key factors in whether these arrangements work out well.

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There are two very different options when it comes to the future of knowledge work, but UNSW Business School experts say it is up to us to move towards the future we want.

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Thousands of public servants have provided new evidence that flexible work is good for productivity – and families.

Woman working from home on laptop looks tired.

New research shows the 'double-edged sword' impact of technology on mental health and how we can minimise the adverse effects.

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We asked 1400 managers to rate working from home. Some 8.4% said their teams were less productive, 57% said it was the same, and 34% said it was higher.

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Employers have long feared that working from home makes employees less productive. An analysis of 3 million workers in 16 cities during lockdowns suggests the opposite.

Working from home

There are several vital considerations business leaders must be clear on before they embark on a journey of digital transformation, says a UNSW organisational change expert.

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The office we return to will be quite different to the one we left.

Leading a virtual team

With organisations fast-tracking work from home for many employees as a result of COVID-19, there are 10 steps leaders can adopt to significantly improve their leadership skills in managing virtual teams.