The Future Of Offices
If the last year has taught us something, it is how to remote work.
I'd like to share some notes with you:
AngelList Founder Naval Ravikant says he thinks remote work's time is coming. “It is probably going to be the single most important new category in hiring,” he says. --> This was in March 2019.
I've also saw a lot of (if not all) job posts in tech adding following word into their job title (Remote).
Not only in tech companies, for example Ernst & Young Global Consulting Services posted a blog article with the following statement:
"As only 43% of the employees are daily present in the office, desk sharing has been implemented here and will follow in Barcelona, Malaga and Valladolid."
We at dua.com are also trying something new since January: Monday and Friday is Work from Office and the rest remote work.
Take a look at Buffer:
"Buffer is a fully remote team, spread across the whole planet. We have Bufferoos in 15 countries, 11 timezones and 42 cities (and counting!). As a member of our team, you will be invited to work wherever you're happiest and most productive."
Will offices as we know them be needed?