Remote working can polarise opinion. For some it is an opportunity for uninterrupted concentration and productivity; for others it can be isolating and lacking in boundaries.
However, despite thousands of articles debating the pros and cons there has been little research exploring the experiences of Disabled and Neurodivergent Workers (DNW). Our new Remote4All research project started to close this gap. We interviewed 24 employees with disability and/or neurodivergence, 5 employers, and 8 stakeholders, to better understand how to encourage “remote4all” work cultures. Our research highlights some of the benefits and challenges that these groups face. To read more click here