ATLANTA – The rise of remote work has changed the face of business, and in some cases brightened the outlook for employees weary of battling traffic during morning and late-afternoon commutes.
Many of those employees hope their companies will stick with this new work-from-home reality even after the pandemic is nothing more than an unhappy memory.
But despite the benefits, continuing remote work beyond what is necessary could result in serious consequences, Clint Padgett, president and CEO of Project Success Inc. and the ForbesBooks author of “How Teams Triumph: Managing By Commitment,” said.
“Working from home limits the interaction between employees and their managers and co-workers,” Padgett said. “That might be fine for a short time, but over the long haul, it mea