As mass layoffs come down, remote workers become a scapegoat

Eric Mochnacz
November 17, 2022

Eric Mochnacz was recently featured in WorkLife speaking on performance for work from home employees.

Are you trying to tell me that now, all of a sudden, the productivity of your remote employees is in question? It seems to me, just as with the quiet quitting phenomenon, everyone tried to make it the employee’s problem when, from my perspective, it is a company problem. No company that is successful and has been able to weather the pandemic should at this point be turning around and saying, ‘Well, our remote workers are less productive.’

Eric Mochnacz

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