A few months into the coronavirus pandemic, several companies decided to make the new normal permanent and encourage their employees to work remotely for good.
Twitter was one of them. So was Facebook. Both social media giants have given their employees permission to work from home for the next several years if they’d like, and over at Twitter, employees can even work remotely “forever” if they so choose. Other companies have followed suit and decided to forgo renewing their office leases, giving up a physical collaborative space entirely.
So far, this experiment seems to be going well. But smaller companies are already arguing that the