Studies have reported that those who work remotely at least once a month are 24% more likely to be productive and 86% of people feel that working remotely reduces stress.
Stemming the spread of COVID-19
Governments around the world are preparing their communities for COVID-19.
As the pandemic spreads, businesses and their employees are being faced with the new challenge of preparing their workforce to work from home.
Learn how to work remotely
From organising remote meetings to setting up a workspace for productive working, working remotely will take some getting used to.
Online courses for remote working
We’re proud to offer courses from partners like the Institute of Coding and Coventry University on building professional skills to work from home productively.
You’ll discover online project planning and collaboration tools, and learn to effectively communicate with your colleagues, no matter where you are.
Our online courses offer practical advice that will support you and your employees not only in minimising the disruption to work as normal but also to improve how you collaborate as a team.
Reap the benefits of remote working
Studies have shown that those who work remotely at least once a month are 24% more likely to be productive and 86% of people feel that working remotely reduces stress.
Coronavirus containment measures mean many companies will have to make the move to remote working, whether they like it or not.
With the right training and consideration, businesses around the world can enjoy the very real benefits of a workforce who are able to work from home.