A new study finds that an astonishing majority of managers worry that remote workers aren't actually working.
It's called Productivity Paranoia. Here's why you can't afford to go there - and what you can do, instead.
In January 2020, a mere 5% of full-time professionals worked remotely, under arrangements that were largely seen – and supervised – as exceptions to “normal” employment. Three months later, that number spiked to nearly 60% and continued to climb, shaking up the workplace as we knew it. It was a painful, abrupt transition, fraught with unknowns and steep learning curves. But it also opened up a whole new world of possibilities for working professionals.