Tim Harford: working from home — when the cracks start to show
Hazards range from missed meetings to yawning chasms of understanding about fundamental goals. It's been nine months since the coronavirus pandemic forced many into remote working, and for the Undercover Economist Tim Harford, only now are we starting to become aware of the many complexities it poses. In his Financial Times column, he goes beyond the common mistakes of WFH and takes a closer look into another, often overlooked aspect: communicational errors.
From Financial Times