Companies are deciding whether to bring staff back to the office, go fully remote or create hybrid workplaces. Peter Cappelli warns that this decision requires considering significant variables that could affect retention, productivity and corporate culture. He cites baseline and current research, and explains the trade-offs of various models. Though COVID-19 forced many firms to have only remote workers in 2020 and 2021, today every firm and employee can determine whether remote or onsite works best for them. Cappelli outlines options, risks and rewards in this robust look at the issues you must ponder to determine where your workforce – or you – should work.
About the Author
Peter Cappelli is a professor at the Wharton School and director of its Center for Human Resources.
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8 months agoThe world is changing it's like a paradigm shift from the old ways of getting things done. I guess we all need to adapt to survive.
9 months agoaaa
9 months agoOur world has really changed much since the pandemic and the way we work has got to change too. I love remote working with the option of choosing when to go to the office. Highly informative summary with rich perspectives