"Remote Revolution: Unpacking the Long-Term Effects on Work and Life."

Draymond Green'

Remote workers may need tools, a collaborative work culture, and clear performance and delivery expectations from their employers. 

To achieve work-life balance in remote work, employers and employees must create boundaries, realistic expectations, and self-care.

Remote work could transform the global job market by removing geographical boundaries and increasing job availability. 

Employers can hire talented workers from around the world without location restrictions. 

Remote work can save firms money on office space, utilities, and overhead. 

Remote work can boost productivity by eliminating commute, decreasing workplace interruptions, and giving workers more control. 

Remote employment may worsen inequality because internet infrastructure, technology, and work settings vary by geography and socioeconomic group. 

Some businesses and professions may see greater demand for remote employment, while others struggle to adapt to virtual work environments.  

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