This WFH is a funny old business. It has taken a couple of weeks to create any sort of useful engagement, I am fairly sceptical of actual productivity, too. It’s a good way to get individual tasks completed but the absence of the general interfacing that goes on in the office, is definitely a limitation. No 2 Son reckons he needs 3-5 days a month in the office, averaging 2 half-days a week, to maintain impetus and tie up loose ends.
This isn’t a surprise to me. I’m used to remote working in the oil and gas sector, where a degree of direct interaction is generally regarded as essential.
Anyway, I’m off to a site visit on Monday