Unmasking Common Myths Around Remote Work (an Interview with Nick Bloom)
In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, join host David Green and guest Nick Bloom, Professor of Economics at Stanford University and Co-Founder of WFH Research, as they explore the dynamic world of hybrid and remote work.
Throughout the conversation you can expect to learn more about an in-depth analysis of the historical trajectory of remote work, the pivotal lessons learned during the pandemic, and the lasting impact on the way we work.
Here are the key points covered in this conversation:
- The historical trajectory of remote work and the direction it was heading before the pandemic
- The transformative impact of the pandemic on work, unveiling the biggest working-from-home experiment in history and the essential lessons learned during this period
- The current state of remote, hybrid and in-person working, exploring the key trends and developments that are shaping the post-pandemic world of work
- Common myths and misconceptions surrounding remote and hybrid work
- The benefits of remote and hybrid work, both for employees and companies
- Insights into the sentiment of executives regarding the future of remote and hybrid work
- Guidance for business and HR leaders in developing, measuring and evolving their remote and hybrid work policies
This episode is a comprehensive exploration of the multifaceted world of remote and hybrid work, providing valuable insights and perspectives that will influence the way we work in the years to come.
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