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Debbie Heywood

高级专业支持律师

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Sean Nesbitt

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Paul Lawrence

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Clare Harman Clark

高级专业支持律师

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作者

Debbie Heywood

高级专业支持律师

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Sean Nesbitt

合伙人

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Paul Lawrence

合伙人

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Clare Harman Clark

高级专业支持律师

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2020年1月31日

Download - Work in Progress

We have a fresh batch of content on our Taylor Wessing Download site which provides insights into the legal implications of the latest media and technology developments.

This month, Download focuses on we look at the way technology is disrupting the workplace from proptech, to remote working and future mobility. Taylor Wessing's Work in Progress survey reveals the impact of the disruption on people's priorities as well as generational shifts, changing what employees and workers want from their employer and physical place of work. We also look at infrastructure changes needed to facilitate future mobility.

Work in Progress

Sean Nesbitt and Paul Lawrence look at the headline findings of Taylor Wessing's Work in Progress survey.

The Proptech revolution

We look at the impact and importance of Proptech on the real estate industry and the workplace.

Remote working on the rise

We look at the impact of technology on the way we work and at the benefits and downsides this brings.

Workplace as a lifespace

Can technology help personalise the workspace and how far do we want it to?

Future mobility

How we get to work matters to us. We look at shifting travel trends.

Equality

It's not all about technology – equality and fairness are central in the workplace.

Charging ahead with electric vehicles

Clare Harman Clark looks at infrastructure changes needed to support future mobility and reduce carbon emissions.

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