As the world continues to adapt to the new normal brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, many employees have transitioned to remote work.
During the pandemic, many people working on-site jobs or close to the general public were unable to continue.
A recent UK study showed the results of working from home during the time period between 2011 and 2020. It looks like remote workers didn’t do too well.
When leaders start talking about getting people to return to the office, it’s natural for many employees to resist.
Elon Musk says the ‘laptop class’ needs to ‘get off their moral high horse’ when it comes to remote work
Chief executives, trying to bring employees back to the office, argue that working from home leads to less engaged and less productive workers.
Employers across the country (and all over the world) are shifting to work from home (WFH) and/or hybrid work models.
While remote working has become a necessity, as restrictions ease, there are many benefits of office working that shouldn’t be forgotten.
After months of working away from the office, many of us may prefer to continue working from home in our yoga pants (or sweatpants) with our dog by our side.