Is Remote Work Here To Stay?

If you’ve been working from home for the past 18 months, are you ready to get off Zoom and return to the office?

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In this June 16, 2021 file photo, people walk through steam from a street grating during the morning commute in New York. Companies around the U.S. are scrambling to figure out how to bring employees back to the office after more than a year of them working remotely. Most are proceeding cautiously, trying to navigate declining COVID-19 infections against a potential backlash by workers who are not ready to return. Richard Drew / Associated Press
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In this June 16, 2021 file photo, people walk through steam from a street grating during the morning commute in New York. Companies around the U.S. are scrambling to figure out how to bring employees back to the office after more than a year of them working remotely. Most are proceeding cautiously, trying to navigate declining COVID-19 infections against a potential backlash by workers who are not ready to return. Richard Drew / Associated Press

Is Remote Work Here To Stay?

If you’ve been working from home for the past 18 months, are you ready to get off Zoom and return to the office?

As the Delta variant surge continues, many companies are delaying their return to the office and mandating vaccines to protect employees.

Reset takes calls from listeners and speaks with a remote work expert to discuss the future of the traditional 9-to-5 workday.

GUEST: Tsedal Neeley, professor at Harvard Business School and author of the book Remote Work Revolution: Succeeding from Anywhere