Starting A New Job Remote
Remote VS in office seems like the debate of the century. The pandemic jump started the mass movement of remote work and with large lay offs at the start of the pandemic, employees have had to get use to onboarding remotely for new positions. According to Pew Research Center, 20% of employees worked from home pre-pandemic with 70% shifting to work from home during. Regardless of if you prefer remote or in office, things are still up in the air for employees and employers in relation to Covid-19. With new variants popping up, vaccination regulations (Pro-Vaxxer Here!) and the arrival of flu season it seems employers are faced with having to pivot and adjust with the changes on a daily bases.