Remote Working Jobs in Ireland
Remote working is on the rise. Employees have seen the tremendous positives and employers are now also realising that contrary to previously thought, productivity does not fall when everyone is working remotely. Prior to 2020, most workers had limited remote working experience. Now millions of people across the globe have pivoted to home working inadvertently leading to a massive global experiment in remote working. The pandemic has also accelerated changes in a world that have become more and more digitally connected.
Bain & Co estimate that as many as 70% of managers are now working from home. Teams have become more agile, adaptable and better able to prioritise since Covid-19 hit.
The benefits of remote working jobs
For the remote worker, the benefits are obvious:
- No commuting time. Especially in Ireland when the high cost of housing has moved many of us further and further away from city centres.
- Having a flexible schedule. Managing your own time and productivity.
- Able to spend more time with family. For many working parents the pandemic has been an eye-opener in terms of spending more quality family time together (though clearly not the homeschooling, never the homeschooling!).
At WorkJuggle we have compiled some tips on how to ask to work remotely on a permanent basis are in this short video here.
We were also lucky enough to interview Harriet Minter, the author of “WHF: How to Build a Career you Love when you are not working in an Office.” This was an Instagram Live where we were able to fully explore with the author how you can forge a career utilising non-traditional working patterns such as remote work or working from home as she calls it.
Are you interested in remote working?
Please reach out to Jane directly at email@example.com or call her in our Dublin office on 01-5649211.
Business Operations Manager with WorkJuggle
Jane Monks is the Business Operations Manager with WorkJuggle.
Jane worked with global professional services firm Mercer for 15 years in Service Development and Risk Management roles and holds a Diploma in Business Analysis and Consultancy. Initially working as a Business Analyst, Jane played a key role in the development and implementation of innovative business solutions across diverse business areas. A move into Risk Management brought with it an opportunity to work on these business solutions from a regulatory perspective.
Having enjoyed some time out of the workforce to be with her young family Jane joined WorkJuggle in 2019. This reignited her passion for business process improvement and workflow management and she brings her experience in these areas to the management of WorkJuggle’s business operations.
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