As with any technological shift, the downsides only become apparent after wide and long-term adoption. "If working from home becomes the norm, employees will be expected to have quiet private home-office space, a high-speed internet connection, secure file cabinets, a computer that is more capable than one needed for casual home use, a scanner and printer and office supplies. For some workers, that could be more of a burden than they faced under the office-work paradigm." Conor Sen writes in Bloomberg.
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