Why employers might not offer remote work options to junior staff

As offices reopen, employers are considering the needs of early-career employees, many of whom prefer working in person.

Organizations have begun crafting their remote work policies for the post-COVID-19 era, but concerns over the productivity and preferences of newer and younger employees are leading some to consider instituting different rules for junior staff.

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