Will working from home be the new normal?
Will working from home be the new norm?
Companies from all over the world are starting to offer remote or work from home options to keep their employees safe during this corona virus pandemic.
Modern tech has enabled companies to create more flexible working opportunities for their employees. Studies have shown that those who work remotely at least once a month are 24% more likely to be productive and 86% of people feel that working remotely reduces stress (not to mention reduce pollution from commuters).
Not Everyone Can Work From Home
Some people are now working remotely which has become a necessity to get the job done. In an article written by Michael Solomon and Rishon Blumberg, co-founders and managing partners of 10x Management, say the “future of work has arrived.” Patricia Strach, interim executive director at the Rockefeller Institute recently said that “this forced work-from-home experience is showing us that work-from-home arrangements are a viable strategy for many businesses and that this is likely to be true even after the crisis is over.”