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POST BUDGET 2021 SPECIAL - YOUR FREE ARTICLE
When COVID struck in March 2020, several million Australians were retrenched or had their working hours reduced. At the same time, 32% of working Australians began ‘working from home’ digitally. Yet these outcomes were not simply the consequence of a rare epidemic that damaged a healthy economy. Rather, COVID impacted on a society already experiencing a decades-old process of major social, financial and technological disruption.
That disruption is far from over – so what might the future of work look like in Australia?
Prof Judith Bessant and Prof Rob Watts