In the post Pandemic world forward thinking Law Libraries have developed ways to continue remote based work, or thoroughly integrate it into the new hybrid environment. What remains new and exciting times for knowledge workers, poses a challenge for those who have grown accustomed to traditional based means of tracking employee progress. In the post pandemic work environment, virtual meetings have become the norm. One of the challenges of virtual meetings is the extra scrutiny which is applied to remote workers by those who fear that remote work is inherently less productive as in-person work.
Contrary to what one might think, this stance is not limited to boomers, or technophobes. No other than Elon Musk inadvertently shared this view with his leaked ‘return to work’ email ultimatum, in which he inferred that his remote workers were merely “pretend[ing] to work…” The world understands that Tesla and SpaceX line workers cannot be