We can’t let our people work from home, they might not work.
Sounds like you hire clowns.
I mean how would I know if they were slacking off?
You don’t have any way to tell if people are making progress?
If I can’t see them to make sure they are working, then I can’t manage them.
Sounds like you need to level up as a manager.
But we can’t let our people not see each other, they won’t communicate well.
Sounds like you hire people that can’t adjust.
If we let people work from home they might leave the company.
Sounds like if they want to and you don’t let them, they will leave to one of the many companies that let them. I hope none of them are your competitors.
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