Why don't some employers let you work from home?
Working from home has become increasingly popular as technology and communication systems have improved. However, some employers are still reluctant to let their employees work remotely. Reasons for this hesitation may include concerns over productivity, security issues, lack of in-person interactions, or difficulty monitoring performance. Employers may also be hesitant to let people work from home due to the potential loss of control, difficulty in tracking the hours worked, and the lack of an office environment. Additionally, the employer may feel that the remote environment doesn’t provide the same collaborative energy that an office does. It's important for employers to weigh the pros and cons of allowing employees to work from home and decide what's best for their team and business.