Organisational experts say office-culture will never be the same after the pandemic. So, is the change a good thing and if so, who for?
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A major review by the Productivity Commission found the percentage of Australians working from home had jumped from 8 per cent to about 40 per cent over the past two years, staying high even when previous lockdowns have ended.
Professor Frederik Anseel from the University of New South Wales called the pandemic an “invasive crisis”, which has put the world on the brink of a workplace “paradigm shift”.
With the option for more autonomy and flexibility in the workplace, Professor Anseel said how much freedom employers give and employees take will be a lasting “future struggle” — one impacting many aspects of life.
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