Finding the Balance in Remote Work vs. On-Site Work

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As much as employees and employers have recognized the positives of remote work during COVID-19—opting out of long commutes, avoiding in-office distractions, and being able to eat salmon for lunch without stinking up the break room—working from home during a pandemic doesn’t exactly track with working remotely in non-pandemic circumstances.

When the world eventually gets back to normal, whatever that is, and you have more flexibility to choose where to work (while not having to teach geometry to your kids between conference calls) there’s a good chance your views on remote work might shift toward a hybrid approach.

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