1. Unconscious Bias
Unconscious bias can be a concern and a risk for those who prefer to work remotely more frequently. Because they may receive less facetime and fewer rewards than those in the office if they are not visible to management, they may feel less valued than those in the office. It’s vital to stay in touch with individuals who operate remotely to prevent this.
2. Change of Culture
It’s undeniable that establishing a company culture was easier when everyone worked in the office every workweek. Taking part or all your employees off the premises might lead to disillusionment, so it’s even more crucial to focus on the components of the culture you want to foster and nurture through the channels open to you.