Tarun Rai The year-end should have been an elegant transition point for a return to normal. For us to turn the page. Move on from the extremely difficult year into a bright, sunny new one. Flick a switch on January 1 and banish the darkness of the previous nine months. However, that’s not what’s happened. Yes, the vaccinations have started, the restrictions have relaxed, some flights are full, getting restaurant bookings on a weekend is getting to be difficult… But it’s not like flicking a switch. Rather than ‘entering’ into normality in the new year it seems we will be ‘transitioning’ into normality over some months. And we, like a lot of our clients, are still working from home. I have been a big proponent of remote working for a long time. I have never cared what time, if at all, people come to office. Rather, I focus on their output. Therefore, for me, the pandemic-induced WFH was just an extreme version of something I was already a proponent of. I have even suggested a hybrid, 50-50 solution post normalization – plan for not having more than 50% of workforce in office on any given day! I have talked about… Read full this story
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