Why Mandating ‘X’ Days a Week in the Office is a Stupid Idea

Is this really what execs think office life is like? (image credit: iStock / .shock)

As the pandemic eases, increasing numbers of companies and employees are running out of health-related reasons why everyone who can work from home needs to do so.

And yet employees have gotten used to skipping the daily commute, have proven that they can remain productive in their pajamas, and are often struggling to find good reasons why they need to return to…

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Chief Practopian at The Practical Utopian

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