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What the Dutch can teach the world about remote work
by Katie Bishop
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25 June 2020
On 25 June 2020 BBC News reported:
While the percentage of employed persons usually working remotely before the coronavirus outbreak lingered at around 4.7 percent in the UK, and 3.6 percent in the US, 14.1 percent of the Netherland's workforce reports usually working away from the office. The Netherlands has long led the global shift toward remote work, with only Finland catching up in recent years while other countries lag behind.
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... Across the globe, many companies have found that the shift to remote work has been a less-than-smooth transition. Setting up usually office-based staff with computer equipment, and recalibrating working culture to keep employees connected, has been a significant shift for most. But for the Netherlands, the country's already sizeable remote workforce means that the adjustment has been much less dramatic.
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