A big debate among the workforce right now is whether employees can still do their work from home.

Employees have accepted the idea, but not every company has figured out how to deal with their policies.

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It can be a difficult topic for those looking for a new job.

You may be concerned that saying yes to remote working sends a signal that you are not a team player, or that the company you are interviewing with wants more remote workers.

The best idea for applicants to find out about the company you are applying to and be honest about what you want about working from home.

“Some will definitely have a problem with people. Maybe not on site, but this is your interview opportunity to share with them how you have been successful remotely, how you have increased productivity, and most importantly, how you have been able to help them Organization is moving forward in the pandemic, “said Michael Gutierrez, Employer Service Manager at Workforce Solutions.

During the height of the pandemic, around 70% of workers were remotely located, and some experts believe that some type of home work policy will become the standard for years to come.

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