The pandemic has completely changed how we think about the intersection of work and life espeically as COVID-19 accelerated the adoption of remote work to extreme levels globally. The common sentiment at the beginning of the pandemic was that remote work would destroy the productivity of remote workers and that work product would suffer, but over the past two years this has been proven objectively to be untrue. As a result, modern companies are left with the dilemma of keeping expensive physical offices, embracing a hybrid model, or allowing their workforce to be truly remote. Organizations are divided on their approach and are left with the question of whether to attempt to return to how things were, or embrace the new normal. Is this the end of the corporate office?
Dan & The Dryfter Team