We have purposefully stayed away from the discussion around home working and the acronym WFH (work from home - for those emerging from caves, comas and spaceships). Everywhere you look there are discussions, posts and even new books on this very subject, yet the real impact of what this phenomenon means is still strongly debated.
It seems that the debaters stand firmly in their respective corners and speak from personal experience, rather than from a balanced platform of objectivity. This is understandable, we're talking about the way people live and not just about where they work from, something that a lot of so called studies are missing.
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