Aligning Employee and Employer for Telework

To broadly and successfully employ telework during and after the pandemic we must understand the considerations and objectives that employers and employees want to achieve and the dimensions they will use to assess progress and ultimate attainment. On some of these dimensions employers and employees may be aligned, and on some may not. In this post, we introduce such dimensions and present an approach for identifying misalignment.

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From 30 miles per day to 30 steps:

As a result of the movement restrictions imposed because of the pandemic, my 30-mile average daily travel around the Bay Area and the monthly airline trips have all become a 30-step walk to my home-office for video calls. While we’re all eagerly anticipating the lifesaving health outcomes from the measures taken towards the pandemic, the retail, travel, and hospitality industries are reeling.

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