The Remote WorkDay Doesn’t Have To Mirror The Conventional Workday

Last updated on September 13, 2020

The Harvard Business Review published this insightful study of the remote work practices of GitLab, which were instituted well before COVID-19, to explore what it might look like for companies to break their employees’ chronological chains as well as their ties to the physical workplace.

Working from home in an effective way goes beyond just giving employees a laptop and a Zoom account. It encompasses practices intended to compensate or avoid the core limitations of working remotely, as well as fully leverage the flexibility that remote can offer — working not only from anywhere but at any desired time.

This article is a quick recommended read.