Source | www.unleashgroup.io | ALLIE NAWRAT
- Companies and CEOs are divided on long-term, post-pandemic remote working.
- Here are the views of five Fortune 500 CEOs on the future of work.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced remote working on to companies and employees across the world; sometimes against their will.
Nonetheless, the vast majority embraced remote working to keep businesses operational in the context of the pandemic.
However, as the world inches closer to normality because of the promising roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines, those who viewed remote as a necessary evil are desperate for their employees to return to the office full-time as soon as possible.
While others have embraced the model – and realized that it can work to the benefit of both the businesses and employees – and therefore are planning to fully embrace a more hybrid approach to working in the future.
Let’s take a look at the differing opinions of five Fortune 500 CEOs on the role of remote and hybrid working options in the future of work.
2020 Fortune 500 ranking: 6
2020 revenue: $255bn
Number of employees: 391,500
Known as the ‘Oracle of Omaha,’ Warren Buffett, the CEO and chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, is often ahead of the curve — and remote working was no exception