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Moving Towards Sustainable Remote Work

Sustainability for Post Covid-19 Remote Work Practices

Language:  English
The book explores remote work(RW) from before Covid-19 up till now. RW barriers and challenges are identified and discussed. Thereafter advise for achieving RW sustainability is given.
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The book will explore the development of remote work from before Covid-19 and during Covid-19 up until now. It will also identify and discuss the physical and non-physical barriers and challenges of remote work from employees and employers perspectives. Thereafter advise on how to eliminate the barriers and challenges of RW is given and strategies for achieving sustainable remote work(SRW) within organizations are suggested for further discussion.

About the Author

Stella is an environmental management and sustainability expert with over 20+years of professional experience. Stella uses her experiences and knowledge to advise businesses and NGO’s internationally.

As a global citizen, Stella is interested to contribute towards reducing social-economic inequalities and influencing sustainable development. She considers sustainable development as such which incorporates the social-economic as well as the political and environmental dimensions.

Stella strongly believes remote work is an important tool for environmental management. It also contributes towards reducing social-economic inequalities as well as empowerment, which are two important pillars for sustainable development.Climate change, corporate social responsibility, capacity building and gender equality are also within her areas of interest.

  • About the author
  • Introduction
  1. The transition towards remote work
    1. The tradition of work commute
  2. Remote work challenges
    1. Understanding remote work (RW) challenges for employees
  3. Sustainable remote work
    1. Transitioning towards sustainable remote work
  • Conclusions
  • References
About the Author

Stella Evelyne Tesha