2 On Your Side: Workers Seek More Flexibility In Post-Pandemic WorldFrom Zoom meetings to home offices, the coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed how we do business, and study after study has shown that a majority of American workers don't want to lose that flexibility after the pandemic is over.
9 Super Comfy Ergonomic Office Chairs for Your Home OfficeThese ergonomic office chairs and desk chairs will help you maintain neutral spine position while working from home
USC Survey Finds More Californians Want To Keep Working, Learning From Home After The Pandemic EndsA new survey from USC and the California Emerging Technology Fund explored Californians feelings about remote work, remote learning and telehealth after more than a year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
UCLA Asks Most Employees To Keep Working From Home Until March 2021A letter from the Administrative Vice Chancellor Michael J. Beck asked workers who “have been successfully working remotely to continue doing so through March 19, 2021,” the end of the winter quarter.
Following Months Of Less Traffic, LA City Council Votes To Encourage Businesses To Provide More Remote Work OptionsLos Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to seek ways to incentivize businesses to provide more ways for employees to work remotely to help decrease traffic and carbon emissions.
LA City Councilman Wants Incentives For Companies To Keep Employees Working From HomeLos Angeles City Councilman David Ryu wants to create incentives for businesses and government officials to continue working from home to keep greenhouse gases out of L.A. skies.
Will Employees Continue To Work From Home After The Coronavirus Crisis Ends? Tech Expert Discusses Tips For Handling The New NormalMore and more Americans are working from home, and for some, it's a change that may outlast the pandemic.
Unique Place Gives Parents Working From Home OptionsCollab & Play offers parents, who work from home, an alternative to daycare.
Telecommuters Angry By Yahoo CEO's New Ban On Working From HomeYahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s decision to require employees who work remotely to relocate to company facilities starting in June has sent shock waves through the world of telecommuters.