Remote work is likely here to stay in some way, shape, or form. The question that we face today is, is it for everyone?
Well, not exactly. As is often the case with early talent, the reality is a little more complicated.
Here’s what you need to know about remote work and early talent.
Employees have experienced both the negatives and positives of remote work. Some find the lack of boundaries between work and home life grueling, and the lack of casual in-person conversations demoralizing. Others celebrated the end of commuting and the newfound freedom to live anywhere.
Employers trying to set their remote work strategy and simultaneously attract talent may feel the need to lean into Zoom meetings and Slack as much as possible. After all, if remote work is the cutting-edge workforce trend, then the next generation of talent, today’s high school, and college-age students must be 100% committed to it. Right?