By Monica E. Oss I’m conflicted about where businesses will end up on the issue of remote work. When I’m asked the question, how many employees will return to working in their offices full time a year from now, I’m not sure of the answer because there are many factors in play. On one hand, if performance was unaffected by working remotely, it would not be prudent for businesses to allow employees to return to the office from a strictly financial perspective. Having remote workers is so much less expensive. Employees pay for space, for bandwidth, for phones—and they can work more as commuting time is cut out. And…
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