It’s been more than a year since companies were faced with moving their operations from the office to online. Now remote work has become a way of life for millions.
The past year put weight on upper management to swap cultural norms and in-person monitoring for virtual replacements. But not all remote employees are happy with their new to-dos and virtual bonding activities.
That’s why we asked remote employees what they want their companies to stop doing. Here’s what they said.
Cut Mandatory Happy Hours
Remote work offers flexibility for many lifestyles, but that also means new personal