Some form of location flexibility is probably here to stay. So it’s worth the effort to find a way to work from home that you can live with.
For Sarah Green Carmichael's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
This isn’t about free speech or cancel culture. It’s about employability. People who think they have unlimited free speech on social media are deluding themselves about how companies work.
While rates of depression and anxiety are up in some countries, many households now have more cash on hand than usual.
While time away from work is often portrayed as a choice for women, the evidence shows that it’s usually a choice reluctantly made.
With job losses and support networks having closed down, some are feeling the effects of the pandemic more acutely.
Rather than prepare to reopen, companies should help employees settle into operating remotely.
To provide flexibility and establish trust, managers have to set the right priorities.
The only way to safely enjoy nature these days is to keep away from one another.