In a previous post, we discussed the rise of super-commuting in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Because many workers used their newfound ability to work remotely to relocate farther from their home offices, they accepted the possibility that they will eventually have to commute from their new place of residence. But just because an employee is willing to make super-commuting work doesn’t mean it always does work.
There are a number of challenges this practice can create for both employee and employer.
Obviously, super-commuting typically takes more time than a traditional