Remote working seems to be all the buzz. Reports show 70% of professionals work from home at least once a week. Similarly, 77% of people work more productively and 68% of millennials would consider a company more if they offered remote working. It seems to make sense: technology, connectivity, and culture seem to be setting the world up more and more for remote working. Oh, and home-brewed coffee is better than ever too. I know I love my Keurig!
Here’s the stark truth: remote working is not a panacea. Sure, it seems like hanging around at home in your pajamas, listening to whatever music or podcasts you want, and sipping on buckets of coffee is perfect, but it isn’t for everyone.
Some people need the structure of an office. Some people need the social element of an office. Some people need to get out of the house. Some people lack the discipline…
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