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Employees love remote work, but employers are increasingly skeptical. Up to 90% of remote workers may be back in the office by the end of 2024. To maintain a remote gig, it is important to show results and keep regular office hours.
The main premise behind remote work after the lockdowns was, 'I don't care where you work, as long as you get your job done'.
One of the biggest complaints managers have about remote work is not knowing when their employees are working and if they're putting in the time. To address this, it is important to keep and show off regular office hours.
The Economic Times found that a significant percentage of remote employees were working more than one job at a time.