The Remote Alliance is a sandbox for companies who have set out a bold vision for the future of work. This is a forum for companies to address the challenges and opportunities they have faced in implementing remote working, and to share their learnings with others.
“The impact of Covid-19 gave our organisation an opportunity to test, on a mass scale, what remote working would mean for us, and through extensive internal engagement, we are delighted to be committing to a long-term hybrid model of working,”
Anne O’Leary, CEO at Vodafone
Our founding members
Our founding members are demonstrating bravery, forward-thinking and great leadership in committing to remote and hybrid working and joining the Alliance, and we’re calling on employers around Ireland to follow suit.
Anne O'Leary, Vodafone
“The impact of Covid-19 gave our organisation an opportunity to test, on a mass scale, what remote working would mean for us, and through extensive internal engagement, we are delighted to be committing to a long-term hybrid model of working.”
Paddy Hayes, ESB
“We’re looking forward to working with other like-minded members of the Remote Alliance to develop solutions that will ensure that remote and hybrid working can become a sustainable part of our business.”
Stuart Trotter, Liberty Insurance
“We are proud to be a founding member of the Remote Alliance and to lead the way by sharing the expertise we have learned from our own digital transformation with those looking to undertake the same transition.”
Hazel Mitchell, eBay
“eBay has had a remote working model since 2017 and joining Remote Alliance gives us access to a network of organisations who want to learn from each other, share best practices and provide the best for their remote employees.”
HOW IT WORKS
Change happens from the top down. The first step in joining the alliance is a commitment by the CEO to make remote and hybrid work, and dedicate resources to that.
The Working Group
The working group is made up of representatives of organisations who have signed up to the pledge. This group looks after the ‘how to’ in transitioning to remote and hybrid work.
We’ll make public the case studies, identified challenges, and solutions when it comes to implementing remote and hybrid work in enterprises.
We’re grateful to the community leaders all over Ireland who have built the ecosystem in Ireland to ensure Ireland is a place where remote work can thrive.