Can the self-employed teach us lessons about organising remote work?

Labour and well-being economist Milena Nikolova
Labour and well-being economist Milena Nikolova © FRANCE 24

As employers begin to prepare for staff to return to offices, what lessons should they and we as workers take from the past year? Stephen Carroll speaks to labour economist Milena Nikolova, an associate professor at the University of Groningen. She tells us that self-employed people could provide some useful ideas about how to organise remote work after the Covid-19 pandemic. 


Also in the programme:

  • Kate Moody looks at the risk of a debt crisis for many developing countries, as a UN report warns that pandemic relief hasn't gone far enough.


  • Plus, click and clink: how soaring online sales are helping French winemakers to sell directly to consumers online. Erin Ogunkeye reports.

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