Do You Have Guilt Returning To Work?
Remote work, once frowned upon by many Fortune 100 companies, has taken hold since last March. However, as the world (at some point) transitions to a post-COVID world, will remote work be here to stay or is it just an 18-month social experiment? And what does it mean for our work/life balance?
Reimagining the office and work life after COVID-19 is an ongoing debate in many corporate boardrooms. Data suggests that as many as 89 percent of office-based employees “say they want to be allowed to work remotely some or all of the time” and one in four employees suggest “they might quit their jobs after the pandemic, mostly because they want to look for work with greater flexibility.”
In this bonus episode of Cautious Coffee, Austin and DeRae field a topic submitted by listener Gauhar Hussain: “Return to the office and the guilt that comes from missing home.”
Where do you stand?
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