Companies Start to Think Remote Work Isn’t So Great After All

According to this WSJ article, companies in the U.S. are complaining the the initial thrill of working from home is dying down.

Now, as the work-from-home experiment stretches on, some cracks are starting to emerge. Projects take longer. Training is tougher. Hiring and integrating new employees, more complicated. Some employers say their workers appear less connected and bosses fear that younger professionals aren’t developing at the same rate as they would in offices, sitting next to colleagues and absorbing how they do their jobs.

Do you think this wfh fatigue might also affect (or is already affecting) companies in Africa? :thinking:

Only data will tell , over to you guys at TechPoint…do ya thing!

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@AlayeBaba right! it’s definitely worth exploring.

I’m in a remote learning program ATM and it comes with a ton of challenges from environmental serenity to power and many more.

Remote learning IMO from part of Africa is still a major challenge and passion and determination alone is not enough as a learner to pull through.

In the coming years, I really would like to see some of these challenges mitigated

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this is so true. infrastructural issues like lack of power and internet are not even helping matters at all.

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