The shift to remote working during the pandemic has led to a boom for cloud-computing stocks https://t.co/4wJesoIlmA— Businessweek (@BW) October 10, 2020
Microsoft makes remote work option permanent. That's 150,000 people that don't have to work in offices or live in big expensive cities if they don't want to.— John Delaney (@JohnDelaney) October 11, 2020
Covid is accelerating massive changes in how we work, live, learn, receive healthcare, shop... https://t.co/MQZgUSXczZ
Wrote about this a few months ago and received *dozens* of messages from young people for whom WFH wasn’t a luxury but actually an imposition. Not only were their homes unsuitable for it but they were feeling isolated and missing out on the social side of the office. https://t.co/Yq62ghAJHP— ⭐ amy o'connor ⭐ (@amyohconnor) October 10, 2020
Remote work survey: weekly status meetings predict a weaker sense of belonging.— Adam Grant (@AdamMGrant) October 10, 2020
People feel more valued when teams do biweekly celebrations & monthly social activities.
Group time is best used to bond, not to update—or to make decisions & do shared workhttps://t.co/CrzIss2JVh