Working from home / location independent working

It doesn’t matter what you call it, but the ability to ‘remote’ work is as much about the attitude of the individual as the attitude and culture of the organisation. I have been lucky with my roles and employers to be able to have the flexibility to work remotely at times.

Note: remote working doesn’t have to mean working from home, it means there is an ability to work in another location that is not your normal/assigned space. Hell, you could call the small empty office down the corridor ‘remote’ working in this case. Or the library, Or the Cafe. Or yes, your sofa, dining room, spare room or shed! The emphasis here, for me, is the trust that is placed in me to still do what is required and according to the same rules/regulations as if I was actually sat at my desk.

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