Boss panics that remote staff are not actually working

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Logan Benson today woke up in a cold sweat when he realised his remote staff might not actually be working. “Before, I could keep an eye on their screens, but how the hell can I do that when they are at home??”, he said, panicked.

This is a result of Logan reluctantly allowing a large portion of his team to work remotely after complaints of a loud office atmosphere and long, wasteful commutes.

Although, productivity levels have gone through the roof, and staff happiness levels have never been higher, Logan is considering cancelling the remote arrangement for a more “collaborative”, open-office environment instead. “I just need people to me more like…um…team players”, he says, while positioning his desk in the optimal position to see as many screens as possible.