The Dark Side Of WFH  

For much of the white-collar sector across North America, working from home (WFH) became a necessity and then a way of life beginning in mid-March 2020. After an initial period of learning and technological bumbling around, a surprising consensus began to emerge from senior executives. Many of the same leaders who had resisted WFM trends embraced the new patterns. They trumpeted their own improved efficiency — ”No more commutes!” And they also began to see other benefits, including the possibility of a wider talent pool and potentially reducing or eliminating office space.

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