How do you feel working from home?
The pandemic has highlighted many advantages to working from home, the time and expense saved commuting, not having to wear tights or a tie, and a better work-life balance, including spending more time with the children.
But for many the appeal of the zoom-in-a-tracksuit meeting is fading, compared to the idea of water-cooler moments and after-work drinks. They look forward to being back in the work environment, and free from the demands of the children.
Chancellor #rishisunak recently suggested that employees might “vote with their feet” if they were required to work from home full time.
He praised the “the spontaneity, the team building, the culture that you create in a firm or an organisation from people actually spending physical time together”.
What are your thoughts? How do you feel working from home? Does it work for you? Are you missing your peers?
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