More people working from home
There is no doubt that a seismic shift in the workplace took place in March of 2020 with the shutdowns at the beginning of the COVID pandemic. In the flurry of the first few weeks, people were putting together make-shift offices in their homes and apartments, juggling kids’ schooling with client meetings and just making do for what they thought would be for just a few weeks. But in some places, weeks stretched into months and we’re now going on a year of social distancing and working from home.
Needless to say, employers and companies have learned to adjust to having most of their workforce working remotely or on alternating shifts.
Companies have stuck to remote work
Even many months into the pandemic and as some cities and states began to re-open, many companies opted to keep their workforce in remote work mode. Rather than … Read More...