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The great divide: business leaders are split on long-term remote working. This is what Spotify, Twitter, Goldman Sachs, and others have announced so far

Posted On: Apr 11, 2021   |   Posted By: Business Insider

The great divide: business leaders are split on long-term remote working. This is what Spotify, Twitter, Goldman Sachs, and others have announced so far

Summary List Placement As economies prepare to reopen following the rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations, major companies are starting to reconsider their approach to office working will once the pandemic recedes.
Although it is likely to be some time before social and economic activity resumes to pre-pandemic levels, the mass rollout of vaccinations in some countries has introduced companies to the possibility of reopening their offices - an attractive model for some employers.
Although the remote-work model has gained significant traction throughout the pandemic, it is clear that big organisations do not unanimously embrace it. However, in a recent survey conducted by Growmotely, 61% of respondents said they prefer a fully remote environment.
Companies including Spotify, Twitter, and Goldman Sachs are taking different approaches to their future workforce arrangements. Some are embracing an all-remote workforce, while others are encouraging employees to return to their office desks.
Here's what some of the top...

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