Dave Hebert

I would concede that the place employees gather face-to-face, whether it be once a week or once a month, doesn’t need to be the “office” in a traditional sense — as long as folks can occasionally get together and be mutually accountable and productive, who cares where it happens/what it’s called.

It just needs to happen sometimes.

And I can’t articulate why, but I have this feeling that there will be unforeseen negative consequences of not being together in the workplace more often. I have nothing concrete, of course, and the cost/time benefits of regular telework are very compelling.