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How working from home is affecting young engineers

January 11, 2022

In New Civil Engineer, David Smith joins an industry round table discussing the impact of working from home on careers, professional development and mental health

When the government advised people to work from home to reduce the spread of Covid-19 in spring 2020, businesses rushed to enhance their IT infrastructure and supply laptops to staff. The aim was to keep running as efficiently as possible via remote working.

But it soon became evident that not all problems could be solved by technology, with employees struggling with the move away from the office environment in different ways.

New Civil Engineer (NCE) hosted a round table event with sponsors of the NCE Graduate & Apprentice Awards to discuss challenges faced by employees in their early careers. David Smith was on the round table with senior representatives from the ICE Benevolent Fund, Heathrow, Amey Consulting, and NCE.

Read the full article in New Civil Engineer.

  • David Smith

    Calling on over three decades of global experience as well as his masters studies from Henley Management College, David drives Stantec’s corporate strategy and growth initiatives. He’s also published thought leadership work in the water sector.

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