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Report on Remote Working North and South

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Report on Remote Working North and South

The latest report by UUEPC, ‘Remote Working on the Island of Ireland – A cross-border comparison’ builds on the Centre’s recently published research which looked at trends in remote working in Northern Ireland and uses data from a range of sources to extend comparisons across the island of Ireland; looking specifically at what might be behind trend differences while offering some insights into how remote working might continue to develop as part of future working life across the island.

UUEPC’s analysis shows that despite a return to the office, the uptake of remote working in Ireland remains high at 34%. Northern Ireland in comparison has the lowest uptake (at 17%) of remote working across all regions of Ireland, with post-pandemic remote working uptake currently sitting lower than Ireland’s pre-pandemic levels of remote working (20%).

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