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The rise of remote work can be unexpectedly liberating

Source | economictimes.indiatimes.com | New York Times

WHAT IF YOU ARE BETTER OFF WITHOUT THE OFFICE?
In the initial months of the pandemic, remote work seemed full of upsides: more flexibility for employees and an expectation of greater profits, productivity and retention for their employers. But what if the long-studied benefits of remote work look different in a post-pandemic world? In particular, what if employee loyalty and engagement decrease once remote work is no longer an exception but rather the norm? And what if that’s not a bad thing? What if a more disconnected work force leads to changes that could make employees happier and companies more compassionate?

I’m a fan of remote work, but it presents unique challenges in helping staffs feel connected to their teammates and the company.

In my previous job as an executive at a large technology company, I managed teams across some 40 satellite and home offices. We relied on email, video conferences and chat services to help keep our employees around the world connected

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