We are 9 months into a period in which many workers, including technology and security professionals, are still doing their jobs remotely. Some have moved away from their primary homes, often without letting their company know that this has happened. As business processes catch up with this change in approach, some companies are taking steps to a) formalise work from home as a more standard offering, b) determine how to pay people wherever they are in the country/world, c) decide if in-person culture is key to their ethos, and how to deal with the new focus on remote work.
In this week's debate, Brian, Erik and Dan chat look at these topics from the pros and the cons, and what it could be like if everyone stays remote, the benefits and risks of geographically independent pay scales, and more.
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