From Max Kelly at Forbes
A large number of major corporations in an array of different sectors, such as Goldman Sachs, Facebook, Ford Motors and Microsoft, have announced plans for dealing with the post-pandemic work life. The consensus of these and other companies all points to a flexible hybrid model championed by Google. This entails offering the option for people to work remotely, in the office or a combination of the two. Outliers, like Spotify and Twitter, are allowing their employees to work remotely or wherever they’d like—forever.
If collectively only 20% to 40% of workers elect to completely or partially work from home, there may be life-changing consequences.