Comments You Should Never Make Towards a Remote Worker

Many more individuals will be doing remote work in the post-COVID era than in 2019. Specifically, Upwork predicts that by 2025, 36.2 million Americans (or 22 percent of the workforce) would do so. When compared to the population before the spread of COVID, it would be an increase of 87%. Despite the fact that the workplace of the century has normalized remote work and the majority of Americans choose a hybrid work paradigm in which they spend some time in the office and some time working from home, there are still many negative misconceptions circulating about remote employees. “Bosses Still Aren’t Continue Reading