Development teams have become keenly aware of the benefits and drawbacks of remote work by necessity across the last year. As leaders build their return-to-office plans, they have the chance to re-define team norms around remote work.
Prior to the pandemic, most development teams worked fully in-person. While some leaders have decided to return to this traditional model when it becomes safe and viable to do so, most have found their teams to be equally productive while working remotely and are incorporating at least some level of remote work on a permanent basis.
After speaking to development leaders across the U.S., we’ve identified four alternatives to a fully in-person workplace. Read on to find out how development leaders are integrating remote work into their long-term workforce engagement and retention strategy.