Four years after working from home was introduced, employers are using various incentives, some say ultimatums, to get workers back into the office.
While teleworking can come with many benefits, being alone at home can leave us feeling isolated and unmotivated.
Half of the Australian workers whose jobs could be done at home appear not to value the option. Another fifth value it very highly.
Research can help you make a good first impression in a virtual interview.
New research reveals the digital divide that was exposed by the COVID pandemic.
Working in the office might promote creativity and team building but for some employees the post-COVID return to work has led to heightened stress levels.
Our research shows office noise increases the likelihood of people wanting to reclaim ‘personal space’, along with antisocial behaviour and disagreements.
Working from home is more than avoiding traffic; it’s reshaping cities and saving the planet. Discover how this trend impacts your world.
If an organisation mandates their workers return to the workplace – whether exclusively or in part – it needs to provide clear guidelines.
Avoiding the office commute is just one reason why working from home suits many workers with disability better. Employers need to take a nuanced approach to workplace flexibility.
The biggest obstacle to getting everyone back into the workplace is the fact that people who are working from home seem to be doing better — or at least no worse — than those who are not.
Elon Musk says wanting to work from home is unethical when not all workers can do it. Here’s why this argument is wrong.
Almost half of the participants in a study of bedrooms said they have or might have a sleep problem and they would prefer not to use the room for multiple activities.
Remote working policy needs to strike a balance between productivity and individual rights of employees.
More than 40 nations or territories now offer ‘digital nomad’ visas, allowing you to live in one country while being employed in another.
Women are much more likely to feel better about working from home than men, especially mothers. But it is more likely to get them overlooked for promotions.
More choice over when we work be the next big gain in productivity.
Two new studies highlight the importance of social connection in the workplace and illustrate why working from home may not be the optimal workplace arrangement.
Can we now work from anywhere with an internet connection? We interviewed workers who left the city but held onto their jobs to see how they fared. One year on, some had no regrets. Others moved back.
A survey of more than 2,000 people as Melbourne reopened after COVID lockdowns shows the pandemic and digital technology have made the city less a place of work, more a place to visit now and then.