4 min read.Updated: 27 Apr 2021, 06:15 AM ISTNarayan Ramachandran
An exchange of views for collective decision-making will remain sub-optimal without the dynamics of an in-person gathering
In the past year, much has been said about the future of work-from-home (WFH) for corporate employees. Many companies like Amazon and Google have delayed worker return to offices to at least October this year, while others like Shopify and Twitter are contemplating a more permanent cadre of WFH employees. As the pandemic has dragged on, virtual meeting fatigue has set in, with Citibank declaring ‘Zoom free Fridays’. LinkedIn has announced one-week paid leave for its employees to cope with WFH burnout.