In the near future, most of us will go back to the office full time. A combination of remote and in-person employment will probably continue as we negotiate the challenges of vaccinations, masks, the latest COVID variant and other safety and health concerns.

Once these challenges are addressed, Californians will return to their workplace, as our staff has done at our headquarters in Sherman Oaks. While remote work offers flexibility and freedom from traffic on Ventura Boulevard and the 101 Freeway, vital social, business and cultural advantages are lost forever.

Returning to work seems to be popular. In a research poll in August by Morning Consult for The New York Times, “45 percent said they wanted to be in a workplace or an office full time, 31 percent said they would prefer to work from home full time. and 24 percent said they wanted to split time between work and home.”  


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