Should you keep working from home after the pandemic?
It took a pandemic but working from home is now mainstream.
Some have returned to the office; some want to return while others are unwilling to give up the autonomy of their new way of working.
When vaccines start rolling out en masse; how will employers, and employees navigate the new, new normal?
Should we keep working from home?
Will doing so affect you negatively in the long term?
How can employers keep the best parts of remote working, when a return to the office becomes possible?
… I promise they’ll all be back within a year… In New Zealand… everybody is back in the office…Linda Trim, Director - Giant Leap
There’ll definitely be more flexibility… Most companies are looking at bringing 60% of their people back permanently…Linda Trim, Director - Giant Leap
How will you get promoted? How will you be recognised? … The reality is ‘out of sight, out of mind’…Linda Trim, Director - Giant Leap
We take on a different persona when we walk into the office…Linda Trim, Director - Giant Leap
America is on a big drive to get people back in the office… You can’t innovate [when everybody is at home] … As people are trickling back; they’re loving it…Linda Trim, Director - Giant Leap
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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