The Unsettled Status of Remote Work in 2020
Telework can be complicated reputation in the moder
Telework, or remote work, has a complicated reputation in the modern age.
Well-established companies—for example, the digital publication Ars Technica and the tech firm Automattic—have functioned effectively for years without having much in the way of actual offices. This is in part thanks to improvements in collaborative tools that have made the technology more accessible than ever.
But those with a more old-school mindset might see things differently. A case in point is the federal government, where a robust push toward telework during the Obama administration is now being rolled back under President Donald Trump, as leaders who like to see their employees in the office have taken charge.
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