This is an updated version of Vol.1
"It's clear that Covid has changed a lot about our lives, and that certainly includes the way that most of us work," Zuckerberg said
, announcing that half of the company's employees would work from home. Google told
employees that many workers who can do their jobs remotely should plan to do so until 2021. Twitter decided to give up on timelines altogether — telling most employees they can just work from home forever.
"Office centricity is over," Tobi Lutke, CEO at Shopify, said in a tweet.
All these big and small steps, temporary measures, and the remote work experience of more and more people in total will become a turning point. Soon the debate about synchronous and asynchronous work, the primacy of written or oral communication, how to maintain the culture in a distributed company, and other issues that seemed to have been left behind will resurface again.
It is all the more interesting to observe the evolution of the idea of remote work, as from the idea of the future it has become our everyday life, with its problems, difficulties and, of course, advantages.
For those who want to understand the topic seriously and prevent a lot of mistakes the founders of remote companies have already learned from, we recommend choosing a suitable conference (there are not so many of them yet), so that in a short time to absorb the intense flow of information and get down to business, being armed with actual knowledge.