The great WFH dilemma

Your imminent decision on remote working will affect your business for years to come (no pressure).

by Adam Gale

Future history books on the Covid pandemic will surely have a chapter entitled “WFH” or equivalent, but what they will say is far less clear. 

The whole working from home thing - daily Zoom or Teams calls, kids and cats interrupting meetings, constantly having to tell people they’re still on mute, the banishment of the business suit - may end up being an artefact of the times, alongside mask-wearing and proper hand hygiene.

Alternatively, we may look back at the pandemic as just the beginning of a digital-first way of working where coming into the office is no longer the default.

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