I think it will, but the big question is culture; will the culture of the company culture be able to stay intact if you have centralized decentralization (think tech stacks) as the only connection points of a remote team. I believe there is a significant culture decline in fully remote teams, which is why a combination of in-house and remote will probably be the standard for a lot of companies who care deeply about their culture.
Let's hope so! Definitely support having more flexibility. I've worked remotely for years and manage to balance the work | life part without getting too distracted. Other people I know find it really hard working remotely - they enjoy the commute into work and physical human interaction an office environment provides. I'm sure there's a lot of psychology behind it with many factors at play including productivity, collaboration, culture and cost!
I've worked remotely for years and manage to balance the work | life part without getting too distracted. Other people I know find it really hard working remotely - they enjoy the commute into work and physical human interaction an office environment provides. https://get-mobdro.com/home
I went back into the office recently for a meeting and realised how much time I wasted getting to and from as well as countless chit chat inbetween with people from the team. That's when I realised working from home has made me so much more productivity.
Working from home has been like a kid in the dark. When COVID-19 struck, we all needed to turn on camp fires and then we found him. He has been there all along but now we know he is all we need to stay connected no matter what.
I do hope it will! Because I like working from home myself and even don't want to get back to the office :)
Our company shifted us to remote work in March 2020, and it's been more than a year now of remote work and all still functions and works perfectly, and I agree that the people are much happier and when it comes to me I'm even more productive while WFH.
Besides, thanks to a wide selection of digital tools for easy remote work (TMetric, JIRA, Trello, Asana, Toggl) top management can keep track and monitor our time and productivity.
I would not go back to office if there's another option. I can't see the meaning of staying in office if we can complete the job using some remote work support software (AweSun remote desktop, Zoom etc)
I've been working remotely for a while now with no issues and think it's great, however it really depends on circumstances, such as whether you have an adequate personal working space, any distractions in your home, etc.