"People are different. Some are more efficient when working from home, and some are more efficient being around people in the office. Either way, the workforce is changing.”

Naresh Khatri, an associate professor of health management and informatics in the School of Medicine at the University of Missouri, believes the success of shifting to remote work depends on the flexibility of the organization to adjust to individual employees and the technology available to them. Read the ScienceDaily report, “Research Shows Success of Working From Home Depends on Company Health."