Working From Home: Why the Office Will Never Be the Same

He is working about the same number of hours, usually 50 a week, but said he is more creative and productive because he gets to choose his schedule. As a manager, he is letting his team do the same. “I don’t need to see them at their desk at 6 p.m.,” he said. “I can review their work at 10 o’clock at night, sitting in bed after my Netflix binge.”

Working From Home: Why the Office Will Never Be the Same – The New York Times

There is no reason people have to congregate in a building to be able to work.

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