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The COVID-19 pandemic led to millions of American workers being allowed (really required) to work remotely for most of the multi-year pandemic. As COVID-restrictions have subsided, many companies still allow some kind of remote or hybrid work, even though it’s no longer strictly necessary.
Since the outset of the COVID-triggered shift to remote work and indeed for years before the virus forced the issue, many business leaders have been skeptical of remote work. It’s not just that they fear employees will slack off if not under the watchful eye of their managers; many also feel that collaboration and