WFH vs. RTW, part 8: A rare Call to Action

My normal schtick is description. I explain why something is like it is, why seemingly opaque decisions or processes are not as dense as people might think. Other than sharing tips and tricks in my HR guide, I rarely try to tell people to do x or y. I’ve been a bit more directive on some of these topics, maybe a bit more rant-y. But, today, I have a different goal. I want to tell people what to do if they want WFH as a continued option for the future and not as a slowly diminishing option until everyone is … Continue reading WFH vs. RTW, part 8: A rare Call to Action