Work From Home (WFH) News and Trends #8

Employee surveillance is exploding with remote work—and could be the new norm

As office workers began working remotely on business computers at the outset of the epidemic in 2020, many of their bosses discreetly followed, putting concealed, unblinking eyes into their homes to watch them.

The small cities and towns booming from remote work

Small towns and communities are blossoming with expansion as employees seek alternatives to large urban centers in the new world of distant jobs. Is this a good thing or a negative thing?

96% of workers in survey would take pay cut for permanent WFH

Working from home rather than in the office is more successful for 88 percent of financial services workers during the epidemic.

After the shift to remote work, new hope for a four-day workweek

For more than a century, the five-day, 40-hour workweek has been the standard. However, the developments brought about by the epidemic since 2020 have prompted new discussion about whether a four-day workweek makes more logical.

Robinhood to permanently shift most employees to remote working

For almost a century, the five-day, 40-hour workweek has been the standard. However, the adjustments brought about by the epidemic since 2020 are sparking new discussion about whether a four-day workweek makes more sense.

Is Remote Work Working? 7 Insights Into the Future of Remote Work

While the majority of us have been adjusting to working outside of the office, researchers have been researching it. Many people are curious about the future of remote employment. You might be surprised by what academics have discovered as a result of examining remote work trends and reactions. Read on for some of the greatest insights regarding the future of remote work and how your firm can adjust accordingly.

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