woman at laptop in her home Companies who adopt or support a work-from-home model have positioned themselves for two distinct opportunities. (Photo: Shutterstock)

As most places in the U.S. continue the practice of sheltering in place, many companies are starting to realize that remote work isn’t just becoming the new normal in the age of coronavirus — it may also be what they will need to implement to get through a potential recession.

Companies that have historically shied away from adopting more agile work styles will struggle to attract and retain top talent, which could impact their bottom line.

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