According to the report published by Gartner in the last year, 74% of companies plan to shift to permanent remote work after the COVID pandemic. It will become a substantial part of HR practice due to the numerous benefits from financial and safety perspectives.
However, there are some inevitable pitfalls. For example, because of the nature of work in a home environment, employees often feel that they get mostly negative feedback, typically because aside from planned meetings, supervisors or managers only get in touch when something goes wrong. In a traditional workplace environment, this is not the case.