If someone told me in January that by April five million of the 12 million employed Canadians would be working from home, I would not have believed them. And yet once Covid-19 hit, governments and organizations prioritized the health of workers and communities and declared that only essential workers could go to their physical workplaces, with the rest of Canada working from home. Sure, WFH was in place prior to the pandemic, but it was more of an exception than the rule. Within a few days it became the norm.
Read the article written by Zabeen Hirji (executive advisor on the future of work at Deloitte) for Toronto Life at the source: The post-pandemic future: Employees will work wherever they want