Pre-pandemic—in education, government, and even private business—WFH programs were not mainstay components of the workforce playbook. These WFH models were exception-based at best and not allowed at all at worst. It is almost guaranteed all industries will need to adapt to this change in workforce expectation. Even health care has seen an unprecedented shift in how they work with telemedicine. Here is a quote from a recent Workforce Institute blog post. “Given the ominous financial outlook for at least the next two years, there is likely a way to show how a WFH model will actually lower the overall cost of labor when you factor in the cost for providing a physical workspace and any of the perks.” For more payroll and HR tips, check out our Blog.