Remote working: resistant employers face an unstoppable trend – the issue is to set it up for success

Workplace psychologist George Mylonas MAPS, says that in the right circumstances, remote work – or telecommuting, which is performed by about one-quarter of Australian workers – offers a win-win situation for both employers and employees. Offering remote work as standard practice rather than a perk or privilege is the key to successful implementation of the practice, a workplace psychology expert will tell the 2017 APS College of Organisational Psychologists Conference, to be held in Sydney, 13-15 July. Mr Mylonas will speak about remote work and findings from his literature review of telecommuting, spanning the 1980s to current day, at the […]