To Remote or Not Remote…That Is the Question

Bruce T Griffin, Dahlen Stoddard, Abhimanyu Prabhune, ISAAC BENJAMIN, Charles W Duke
Muma Case Review  •  Volume 8  •  2023  •  pp. 001-022
This case study explores the pros and cons of remote work versus non-remote work. The shift towards remote work has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and many companies are considering whether to continue offering remote work options in the post-pandemic world. The case study examines the advantages and disadvantages of remote work, including increased flexibility, reduced commute times, and improved work-life balance, as well as potential challenges such as isolation, difficulty in collaboration and communication, and blurred boundaries between work and personal life. The case study also examines the impact of remote work on productivity, job satisfaction, and employee well-being, and discusses the factors that companies should consider when deciding whether to adopt a remote work model. Overall, the case study provides insights into the complex and evolving nature of remote work and its potential implications for the future of work.
Remote work, Work from home, In Person Work
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