The rise of remote working was swift during the height of the pandemic, at first due to necessity and later due to many workers preferring to keep working from home.
Even now that we can return to the office in person, many businesses have retained at least some remote working. There is a variety of hybrid work models that allow staff to spend various amounts of days working from home and the rest in the office, and it might seem like we’ve hit a sweet spot for that work/life balance we’re all trying to achieve.
However, remote working does have some drawbacks. Virtual building designers RedRex recently conducted some research into these drawbacks to discover the real costs of remote work, and there is some interesting insight to be gained from their results.