Two years into the pandemic, it looks like working from home is not going away anytime soon. The pandemic may have actually changed how we work for good. Some may never return to the office, while others may end up working in a hybrid setup, a few days at home, a few days in the office.
Working remotely certainly has its benefits for some — a flexible schedule, for example. But experts say working from home could lead to burnout. JW Michaels' Managing Partner Jason Wachtel, joined Spectrum News NY1 to discuss the topic.
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