NEW: Google extends remote work until Sept. and lays out some proposed changes to working in the office. Company is considering a flexible work week (3 days in office, 2 days remote). It is rethinking office designs for more reservable collaboration space https://t.co/fPasg4kDVt— Daisuke Wakabayashi (@daiwaka) December 14, 2020
New Pew research shows education has a huge impact on which employees can work from home.— Mark C. Crowley (@MarkCCrowley) December 13, 2020
62% of workers with a bachelor’s degree or more #education have jobs that can be accomplished remotely. Only 23% of those without a four-year college degree can do the same.#FutureOfWork
Executives said the only downside of work from home was that new recruits and trainees were unable to observe seniors at workhttps://t.co/b7NZQfTpQA— Economic Times (@EconomicTimes) December 14, 2020
Interesting predictions for the future of remote work (TL;DR version: English majors win.)— Karen Swallow Prior (Kiddo Notorious KSP) (@KSPrior) December 14, 2020
Written over spoken. “Documentation is the unspoken superpower of remote teams," says Herd. "The most successful [remote] team members will be great writers."