As many companies around the world are forced into arrangements that don’t adhere to the usual nine-to-five, maybe CEOs will now be forced to realize that we can imagine a different model for how we work.
As the coronavirus crisis forces more companies to participate in a massive experiment in remote working, it raises questions about how work might change when the health crisis passes, and if companies may be more open to alternative forms of working in the future—including not just letting employees work from home but allowing new variations in schedules, such as the four-day workweek.
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