Remote Work Is More Productive

Young businessman punching and breaking clock with fistAn unexpected pandemic benefit.

By Chris Frederiksen

After distancing (A.D.), senior people want to work at home all the time. Younger staff members want to work in the office all the time. So, what is the new normal?

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The most likely is a hybrid model, where people work at home most of the time but come to the office one to two days a week for meetings and team projects – with appropriate masking and social distancing. In 2020, many firms are more profitable than in 2019 because they cut costs and raised productivity.