Good news: remote workers are highly productive. We need to rethink the future of the corporate office and lead with flexibility. According to the 2020 Workforce Responsiveness Survey, the percentage of employees reporting positive scores for high enterprise contribution was 41% for full-time remote versus 24% to those who have never worked remotely.  In-office work has been severely disrupted due to COVID-19. Previously never considered for organizations, remote work has become the global standard for continued work while maintaining health and safety. As organizations navigate through the current pandemic and develop recovery strategies, remote work remains a cornerstone for future…
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