42% Of Men ‘Unable’ To Work From Home

Ireland Could Face A Worker Shortage

42 per cent of men are ‘unable’ to work from home due to the nature of the job they’re in.

New findings from Clickslice show more men are working remotely than women five days a week when given the choice.

In January, the government approved the Right to Request Remote Work Bill.

Clinical Psychotherapist, Stephanie Regan, says not all sectors can work from home, but some that can are thriving:

“In manufacturing and motoring, currently, less than 1% of the roles are suitable for remote working and, I suppose, at the other end of that then you have customer care, health and wellness…. where people can work in the remote model.”