Work-from-home is becoming permanent for many San Diegans. Is everyone on board?

Office workers can officially return to their buildings, according to state officials. But many employers have no such plans ahead

After roughly 100 days camped out at dining room tables or propped up on pillows while Zooming from their beds, many white-collar workers across San Diego are slowly coming to a realization: working from home might actually be permanent.

Some think it’s because a post-pandemic world will never exist, and workers must be protected from health threats. Others say it’s more to do with business accounting, as saving money on rent is wise for any company in a shaky economy. ...

RSK: It may work in the summertime but I am betting when the snow flies up north it will become very boring....the exact time people should work from home.

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