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FT: “Asynchronous working allows employees to carry out their work without having to be available at specific times, most obviously during the old nine-to-five day. “Synchronous” work is when people collaborate with each other at the same time, such as in meetings. But the two approaches are not mutually exclusive. Some synchronous work will always be necessary. For example, following a day in the office working with colleagues on a project, you can then work at home at times that best suit you. There is nothing new about asynchronous working. Teams, particularly in global organisations that operate across time zones, have worked asynchronously for years — a group in one part of the world winds down for the day, while another picks up the mantle.”

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