From global banks to small businesses, the coronavirus outbreak is disrupting traditional work models and has pushed millions of people around the globe to work from home and access education online.
For many people, working remotely is a first-time experiment, which can negatively impact productivity, family life and mental health.
Our correspondent Martina Fuchs spoke to the International Labour Organization's director-general Guy Ryder in Geneva about what the crisis will mean for the future of work.
Cover image: Workers from the Vila Isabel samba school make scrubs for medical workers to wear during the COVID-19 pandemic in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. /AP/Silvia Izquierdo
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