I read an article this morning which lead me to writing this post scratching the surface of the distributed office/workforce, costs and the redistribution of some of those costs.
Over the last eight plus weeks we have seen many of our clients successfully move jobs/tasks to a work from home environment. However, we have also seen some of our clients unable to pivot certain jobs/tasks to a a work from home model. After all, the prep-chefs in our restaurant group clients can't operate from home, no matter how bleeding edge their technology.
No is no one size fits it all for work from home.
What does all of this mean? We created a working group with representatives from some of our clients and "sat down" (i.e Microsoft Teams meetings) with them to establish a framework for analysis.
First, this framework lead to calculating the cost of each employee and each office location down to the penny. There was to be no margin for error. We opted...