The Pros and Cons of Virtual Offices

Eric Mochnacz
January 23, 2023

Eric Mochnacz provided his thoughts to on virtual offices and what companies need to consider when developing a return to office policy.

An employee may feel comfortable reporting to work from their virtual work-from-home situation if they have a sniffle, whereas in the ‘old’ model — they would potentially use a sick day — or would report to the office and potentially expose other employees to their illness.

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