Working from home under spotlight as flexibility fades

By Kat Wong, Luke Costin and Poppy Johnston
Updated February 22 2024 - 5:35pm, first published 5:31pm
The pros and cons of employees working from home are weighed up in a Fair Work discussion paper. (David Mariuz/AAP PHOTOS)
The pros and cons of employees working from home are weighed up in a Fair Work discussion paper. (David Mariuz/AAP PHOTOS)

Employee rights to work from home will come under the microscope as a shift into a post-pandemic world chips away at flexible job arrangements.

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