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Covid-19 may have upended the world of work, with more people working from home. But the basic structures of the working world have barely budged, and this may be about to matter more. PHOTO: ST FILE
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(FINANCIAL TIMES) - Have you ever heard of a head of remote working?

No? Join the club. Millions may have been working from home since March and bosses may be talking of a permanent shift to "hybrid" working, where some staff stay at home while others go to the office and most do a bit of both.

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