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Top secret: Managing confidentiality when an employee works from home

Recent Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data has revealed the number of Australians regularly working from home is increasing. A number of reasons were given as to why people worked from home: Catching up on workloads (42.41%) Wanted home office/no overheads (21.04%) Flexible working arrangements (12.64%) Childcare family considerations (4.35%) Conditions of employment (7.71%) To...
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