The last 18 months have been transformative, the coronavirus crisis spearheaded intense change throughout society. From global lockdowns to the economic decline, we have faced unprecedented circumstances that have changed the world, potentially forever. Businesses rapidly adopted new ways of working to survive, such as remote working, new communication styles, new strategies and widespread behavioural change.
The rapid transformation has been positive for many. Working from home has provided the flexibility for people to re-enter the labour market, new emergent technologies have, in some cases, opened up employment geographically, and the digital transformation undertaken by many businesses has provided more roles. However, for some, the pandemic worsened existing inequalities.
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