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Why Working From Home Is a "Future-looking Technology"
Working from home gets a bad rap. Google the phrase and examine the results — you'll see scams or low-level jobs, followed by links calling out "legitimate" virtual jobs.
But Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Nicholas Bloom says requiring employees to be in the office is an outdated work tradition, set up during the Industrial Revolution. Such inflexibility ignores today’s sophisticated communications methods and long commutes, and actually hurts firms and employees.
Last Modified: 2019-8-23