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The Negative Effects of Remote Work on the Team

While much of the world gears itself to establish hybrid working spaces, research has found that working remotely might not work for everyone. A recent study co-authored by Berkeley Haas Asst. Prof. David Holtz, showcases the negative effects of remote work on the work team.

Working from home has been responsible for workers to work more in isolation when compared to working in an office. It also leads to workers having fewer real-time and spontaneous conversations, spending much less time in meetings, etc. While working from home can bring a lot of benefits to the employees, this study highlights the negative effects of remote work and begs the question, is remote work really the best decision for everyone?

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