Why permanent remote working isn’t for everyone

Beware the short-term benefits of productivity and home comforts, warns one small business writer. While more and more companies are pivoting towards a “permanent” work from home scenario, others may soon find they miss the camaraderie of working face-to-face, says Gene Marks. He argues that employees may lose sight of the company’s values by working from home permanently. Having worked virtually for 10 years, he’s well equipped to argue both sides – and says the office isn’t on its way out just yet.