Why the 'Great Remote Work Experiment' may have been flawed
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The pressure-cooker environment brought in by the pandemic made remote working normal, but now as hybrid working(a mix of remote and non-remote) has started to happen in some companies, people staying at home could feel handicapped or left out, as it is easier to build relations or advance one’s career when physically present in the office.
The great work-from-home experiment has surfaced both good and bad effects.
Pre-pandemic, successful remote work required the following:
The pandemic proved that even if one is working from the bedroom with the mobile hotspot connection on the laptop and has just a week of work experience, remote working is still possible.
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