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Professor Julia Richardson, from Curtin University’s School of Management and MarketingRestaurant outdoor terraces, told NCA NewsWire that while some people had been working from home for many years, more were now making it a permanent part of their employment.
“I think what employers and employees have realised is that jobs that they thought could only be done in the office can now actually be done very well, relatively seamlessly from the home environment,” she said.
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