Remote work has become a way of life for many during the pandemic — and it’s no surprise many employers will continue with at least some widespread teleworking options once the region reaches a level of immunity from Covid-19. But what will the ripple effects of that shift mean for the region’s economy? The Greater Washington Partnership, a regional alliance of CEOs and business leaders of the largest local employers, came out with a report Tuesday that presents some potential longer-term impacts to downtown cores, transit agencies and existing inequities in the region that would be created by a shift to more regular remote work.
Continued remote work could impact the region’s economy, report finds
February 18, 2021