How are working lives changing because of the global pandemic and what does this mean for the future of work? Are we more productive? Is management easier or more complex?

Join colleagues from Cardiff University for this Business Breakfast on “Homeworking, Productivity and the Future of Work” on 15th December 2020 to find out:


Alan Felstead is a Research Professor based in the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University.

Jonathan Morris is a Professor in Organisational Analysis based at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University.

You can read more from our speakers on the impact of remote working and the future of work by following the links below.

Examining the recent surge in homeworking, its effect on productivity and its long-term future.

Alan Felstead examines the recent surge in homeworking, its impact on employee productivity and the likelihood that it will become an enduring feature of work. The presentation is based on original analysis of three nationally representative surveys of workers as well as a selection of employer surveys.

What was it like for you? COVID, remote working and the future of work 

Jonathan Morris reflects on what it has been like for managers, from a variety of sectors and industries, who have been working from home during the COVID pandemic. Based on in-depth interviews with managers, the study highlights the positives and negatives and what, if anything, this means for future patterns of managerial work.

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