Does remote = more scrutiny?

I’ve haven’t really thought about this before, but I had it brought to my attention this week, and can definitely see how it could happen.


The employee that I spoke with hasn’t cared much for remote work, as they felt they’re being analyzed and scrutinized much more versus being in the office.

Being by their laptop, phone, collaboration tools non-stop and worried that hell may be raised if they’re not “available”.

Maybe you’ve also felt this way to an extent.

Lots of variables involved in this equation.

I guess the trust factor is one of them…

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