Facebook's CEO announced the company is going remote this year with thousands of employees permanently working at home as the coronavirus pandemic has reshaped the global economy.
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Companies like Facebook and Twitter expect many employees to work far from headquarters after the pandemic. That calls for a change in corporate cultures.
Before it was mandated for millions of workers by the coronavirus, remote work was an occasionally controversial practice. While some management studies have claimed that working from home increased employees’ productivity and happiness and others have indicated the exact opposite, company policies around remote work have usually been the result of something a bit more capricious. For instance, former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer—who infamously claimed to have logged 100-hour workweeks and slept...