The coronavirus pandemic has led to a proliferation of articles touting the pros and cons of telecommuting. Yet the concept isn’t new, as technology policy reporter Kate Cox explains in her Ars Technica article. Working for one of the first all-virtual newsrooms in the United States, Cox may naturally favor the many advantages she finds that telecommuting brings to both companies and employees. Her perspective offers a concise overview of how companies benefit from hiring remote workers.
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Kate Cox covers technology policy for Ars Technica.
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