Can Companies Have a Hybrid Workplace—and Keep Things Fair?
When employees at San Francisco-based Cloudflare Inc. finally start going back to the office, there will be a new protocol for meetings. If one employee of the internet-infrastructure company is remote and dialing in via Zoom, everyone in the office attending that meeting will also dial in.
The idea might seem counterintuitive: More than 18 months into the pandemic, many workers are tired of video calls and eager to work in person again. But there are other factors to consider.