If you’re like many companies across the country, you’re continuing to hone remote operations after sending employees home for virtual work. The Atlantic has called it “an anxious trial run for remote work at a grand scale.” As employees and companies settle into this trial run, many are following the lead of tech giants like Facebook and Twitter and moving to—or considering a move to—a permanent remote workforce.
Many workers have fashioned makeshift offices in living rooms and basements, and on dining room tables. Others have finally settled into a more sustainable workspace. Either way, many employers and