Has the working-from-home revolution been good for productivity? Or is it time for office workers to go back to the office?
00:00 - How have the panellists’ working lives changed? 01:54 - Do employees and employers have different opinions? 03:40 - The impact of race on remote working 04:14 - Do you need to be in the office to be productive? 05:05 - Should teams choose their days in the office? 05:48 - The presenteeism bonus
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