10 OCT,2021 | MEDC
The Prime Minister recently praised the Work From Home (WFH) model, saying that it proved highly beneficial to the urban middle class in the trying socioeconomic period caused by Covid. WFH surely enabled many talented employees (especially in the services sector) to find a new psychological balance, one which sustained their output and productivity for a longer period of time. The value of time ultimately emerges not from the sheer quantity at one's disposal, but whether one is in sync with those one most cares about – both personally and professionally. Disintegration of the old working order will inevitably create both winners and losers. A stark divide in the post-pandemic world will be between those who can fit work around life, and those who must fit life around work.
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