Remote Life

With 2020 having so many changes that have impacted everyday life one of the things is remote working. I have had a lot of conversations with family, friends and coworkers about this. I can honestly say the direction of many companies has changed over the years even before the pandemic hit. The traditional dress code of business attire wasn’t something that has been appealing to the workforce anymore. Technology has enabled people to work from all over the world and stay connected. So is the traditional 9 to 5 totally gone? In my opinion I don’t believe it is. My reason for saying this is to many business still have the same format they did years ago. While many companies are finally embracing the push for remote work, to many companies are not. Then again when companies look at different factors of going remote I believe its more lucrative then any negative factors. The price of office spaces, travel, and time can make a huge impact on any business. While nothing can beat human to human interaction time. Having extra hour of work time in the morning or evening and just time to have healthy mix of family life is something the workforce can’t ignore. Companies keep forgetting that work makes a huge impact on not just you but also those around your life. Being able to spend holidays with those special in our lives makes a difference. So while remote working is seeing a huge turn too during this time. I don’t think this is the end of the 9 to 5 but we will see a change in work culture. Which change can be good or a bad thing but companies need to understand that the world doesn’t work the same way it did 10 years ago. Technology and the world around us is changing so doesn’t our everyday life need to change with it?

Published by pumpkinrum7

Hi I'm Kate and I'm currently working in sales. I am new to the writing and blogging world so any advice is welcomed. I love to spend time outdoors with my Husky, bake cupcakes, have a love for holidays and food.

One thought on “Remote Life

  1. The landscape is changing though, that’s for sure. So many companies did what they never thought they could—operating fully from home, porting services and products online, changing the way they operate—and it’s not them, but their employees that are realising ‘Hey, why are we being so inefficient in certain things?’ that might cause even more change in the future.

    Thanks for this post. It was definitely good food for thought.

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