Work from home here to stay. Now, labour ministry adds it in draft model standing order for service sector. Employer may allow a worker to WFH for such period as may be determined by employer. https://t.co/g8yGtNE9rM via @ThePrintIndia— Moushumi Das Gupta (@dgupta_moushumi) January 1, 2021
An estimated 18% of U.S. workers will likely work from home every day in the post-pandemic era, more than double the 7% who did beforehand https://t.co/yHFz57Ze0o— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 4, 2021
What makes cities attractive is the lifestyle more than the jobs. Even assuming a lasting and extensive move to remote work (which would be a great thing), cities will bounce back when the pandemic is over.— François Chollet (@fchollet) January 3, 2021
One downside of remote working is that people inevitably end up feeling neglected as if they were a 2nd class person.— Mark C. Crowley (@MarkCCrowley) January 2, 2021
The antidote to this are leaders who intentionally devote personalized time to every employee, every week w/o fail.
That commitment drives #trust & #engagement.