Tech communities have talked for years about the ‘future of work’ as some vague, far-off concept. The conversation has often revolved around how to make the workplace more efficient and more collaborative, and in a lot of the conversations I’ve been having recently, inclusivity has risen in the conversation ranking.
Enter 2020, where working environments and practices have been forced into a complete change. We are seeing the rise in ‘anywhere’ or distributed workforces – where the office doesn’t have to be the centre of a business, and swaths of employees have the choice to access the resources and tools to work from any location, whether it’s the home, office, coffee shop or a combination of all three.
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