Remote work is delivering some near-term productivity boosts and cost savings, but the longer-term impact could be negative for overall company performance.
Human beings require personal connections to build trust. Learning through observation requires physical proximity, and chance encounters between diverse individuals are a rich source of innovation.
In this Harvard Business Review article, explores insight on the important social functions of an office and how it helps people build trust through personal interaction, learn the nuances of their job, and maintain organizational culture.
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