Hear me out.
I’ve been freelancing remotely for 15 years so my setup isn’t affected. My partner is working from home now and has her office setup in our garden cabin which I built a couple of years ago. Now when the weekend arrives (or weekday evenings) the last place she wants to relax in is the cabin. It’s now her employer’s space in our home.
I’ve not seen anyone discuss this side of things before so I’m interested in opinions.
A good, simple drawing tablet costs a couple hundred bucks (or less!) per employee and goes a huge way towards capturing that spontaneous, collaborative diagramming and drawing. It's really a different experience from drawing with a mouse or a finger and, at least IMO, stacks up very well to the in-person experience.
If you one day feel like working from home, you'll work from home. If the next day you feel like going into the office, work space, or whatever, you can do that.
Obviously difficult for many types of jobs, but it would be nice for that that can swing it.
Glad they aren't.