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    ‘Stealth expats’: managing staff secretly working abroad

    Shutterstock Finding out that an employee has secretly been working from another country isn’t a new problem, but it has become increasingly likely in the pandemic with so many are working from ‘home’. Juliet Carp offers some practical tips for tackling this and highlights the legal challenges it can present. Aisling is an IT consultant. […] More

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    Why management styles have to adapt for remote working

    Video meetings to “touch base” can be distractions. Photo: Shutterstock Widespread working from home is creating an imperative for teams to review and adopt different management styles. Paida Dube examines how not adapting might risk legal complaints. Effective remote working requires employers to adjust more than just working processes. How teams are led and managed […] More

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    The future is hybrid: so where will we work?

    Office spaces will better serve distributed teams and workers will have access to ‘third spaces’ outside their homesShutterstock Recent surveys suggest that most organisations will face at least some degree of hybrid home and office working for months and years to come. What will the role of workspaces be in this emerging culture? Nick LiVigne […] More

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    ReimagineHR: Expect a new employment deal post-Covid, says Gartner

    Boundaries between work and life have blurred, and employers must find new ways to engageShutterstock Employees’ capacity to deal with change is around half what it was in 2019 as they deal with increased worries around the economy, job security and the health of their loved ones, according to analyst firm Gartner. Discussing how the […] More