The Biggest Post-Pandemic Losers? CEOs hellbent on Forcing Employees Back into the Office
The trouble with the return-to-work conversation is that many of us aren’t “returning to work.”
We never left. Work never stopped.
Bringing work home with us took on new meaning in 2020, as work lives blended (or collided) with the lives of our families. The lines between work and home blurred, faded, and required refocusing — sometimes daily, with the added stress among a multitude of stressors of not knowing how long it would last.