Why our company’s remote work system failed
Ben Cheng

I am a huge advocate for remote working. Given the right amount of self-discipline, proper working conditions (which does not include coffee shops and busy households), and a supportive team that is willing to adapt you can have great successes. The benefits of work-life balance that is gained from not having to trudge into a crowded office is a major factor in maintaining a successful team. My personal opinion is that the concept of “looking over someone’s shoulder” and “accomplishing more face-to-face” are only true if you are not making yourself available to your colleagues as a remote working and if you are not properly engaging your remote workers .

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