How coronavirus could change our working lives (and the climate)

Whilst tools that can reduce business travel have long been available, the coronavirus has forced us to use them - and the climate could benefit.

The behavioural changes that the coronavirus is forcing on people is likely to lead to a re-evaluation of how many run their businesses. Many businesses have moved to remote working - and business meetings and conferences are being switched to virtual ones.

Here at Kellands, for some time now we’ve had an emphasis on video conferencing where viable, instead of business travel. This underpins our focus on sustainability. It’s also normal for our employees to work remotely.

The article below takes a look at how these newly adopted working practices could see permanent long-term operational changes, which in turn could benefit the climate and the environment as a whole. Please feel free to download it.

To discuss this, or any other financial planning matter, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Download Coronavirus and our working lives article

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