Remote or In-Person Work? The Debate Rages

During the past 15 or so months, almost all non-essential workers were required to work remotely. This was, in a way, a massive experiment to test the notion that workers do not have to be physically at a workplace to get things done or to be productive. Everything from recruiting to public relations to finance to marketing to sales can be done virtually. In fact, the number of jobs that cannot be done remotely are few and include only those that require something that has to be touched, moved, assembled, or operated.

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