Americans Done With 5-Days a Week in the Office. What That Means for the Economy

Originally Published By Olivia Rockeman An interview with Nicholas Bloom, a prominent Stanford University economist who has studied remote work and economic uncertainty for years and has become a de-facto “working-from-home” expert during the pandemic.…

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Adoption of work from home will lift productivity by 5% in the U.S., according to new study

Originally Published by: ENDA CURRAN AND BLOOMBERG The great work-from-home experiment occasioned by the pandemic has divided opinion in the corporate suite and sparked endless debates about whether employees work as effectively from…

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After Covid-19 Vaccination, Will You Work From Home Or Head Back To The Office? Ask Your Boss

Originally Published by: Richard McGahey As more and more people get Covid-19 vaccinations, it is becoming increasingly possible to return to pre-pandemic group activity—restaurants, movie theaters, baseball stadiums, concerts—and office work.  So don’t assume…

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Working From Home: It’s Now A Thing in 2020

As more countries move to de-escalate lockdown, it’s becoming clear that the largest ever experiment in working practices has borne fruit, and that for many people things will never be…

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Managers turn to surveillance software, always-on webcams to ensure employees are (really) working from home

Always-on webcams, virtual “water coolers,” constant monitoring: Is the tech industry’s new dream for remote work actually a nightmare? By Drew Harwell When the coronavirus shuttered the Kansas headquarters of the High Plains Journal,…

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