Is working remotely in the fashion industry just a temporary measure or will remain for long? Aida Tagarro, an industry professional from Spain, expresses her views…

“Moving working places from office to home needs a great degree of adaptation too. Home will be a working place to often share with other family tasks; setting up a clear division between working and leisure time should be a key factor,” she opines.

She further adds, “Additionally, company should provide the necessary tools and technology in order to enable the employee to carry out with his responsibilities; this new scenario could be a great opportunity for organisations to implement and put in place new technology in order to create new ways of working, leaner and more effectively, according to new circumstances.”

“HR will be paramount and will play a major role in order to help employees in this transition. HR will have to actively collaborate with top managers and other stakeholders involved in order to build all the protocols needed to control the ‘when’ and the ‘how’,” Aida underlines.

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