How Leaders Can Navigate Remote Work Policy Changes with Empathy

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The COVID-19 pandemic brought about a historic shift in many companies’ attitudes toward remote work. In the early days, many businesses sent their workers home, embracing remote options to keep employees healthy and minimize disruptions to operations. However, the rush to get people out of the office and the easing of the pandemic has resulted in a mishmash of policies. Today, finding the right balance between policies that benefit both the worker and the organization has become necessary.

Workers have pushed back hard against many of the return-to-office (RTO) efforts attempted by companies thus far, especially in cases where leadership

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