Working in a post-pandemic world

After most of the world began working from home during the pandemic, the trend now seems to be to return physically to the office but with a caveat: we don't necessarily want to go in five days a week, or we want to have the choice to go. So working from home is here to stay in some form of another. —

We're a couple of years on from the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic, and I’m looking a lot at work culture and how things have changed.

Remember the Great Resignation? And working from home? Coming out of that time, we saw a trend of workers taking back control as the pandemic gave us all a new perspective on what’s important. People moved jobs for higher pay or retired early, taking control of their lives.

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