If you've been working from home, it's a question that's likely on your mind. As popular as the no-commute work from home life is with some, Jon Levy, in his new piece in the Boston Globe "The Hybrid Workplace Probably Won't Last," says remote work is likely doomed — and even if it isn't, it's not going to be good for your career. Levy, author of the book "You're Invited," and his Boston Globe piece were burning up the internet this week. He talks with Adam Reilly and Martine Haas, a professor of management at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Haas says remote and hybrid work is here to stay, and now the challenge is making it equitable and effective. That's what she argues in a Harvard Business Review piece entitled "Making The Hybrid Workplace Fair." She says that there's a huge cost savings that can come from remote work, and big gains from happier, more motivated employees when workplaces adopt hybrid workplace strategies.

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