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Back in April and August 2020, there were some really interesting conversations around remote work, and how this was changing firm culture, especially as some firms were incorporating virtual work for the first time. While we're not done with this pandemic yet, we are now nearly a year into it, and I suspect a lot of firms have been planning out how their firm culture will change for the long-term due to this.
While we at PMKC are hosting a panel on this topic later this month (stay tuned for registration info), I'm curious to hear from others in our community: how has this affected the balance between staff and management in your firms, long-term? How has this affected the expectations that staff and management have of each other?