The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a dramatic increase in the number of people working remotely. There are many advantages and disadvantages to this way of working which our contributors explore alongside your thoughts and comments on the topic.
Like many other young people, especially university and college students who were about to graduate, we were excited and felt optimistic about the new decade and truly starting our professional careers and the adventures we would have. And then COVID hit.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features host Sean Speer in conversation with Conservative MP Michael Chong on the need to restore in-person sittings in the House of Commons and a look ahead at the issues that will animate the new parliamentary session.
Who was able to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic largely depended upon the sector. For those that could, however, hybrid models of remote work are likely to persist given the preferences that have been formed.
For the class of talent that contributes to our most innovative and entrepreneurial companies, they should be given lots of latitude. This type of person already naturally thrives in an environment with less structure and more accountability.