At this point, I am happy to take whatever silver linings I can find and when it comes to coronavirus shutdown silver linings, we’re all starting to see how much employees can accomplish through working remotely.
We touched on this topic several weeks ago just as shutdowns were starting to roll out.
As it turns out, working remotely hasn’t been the calamitous event hard liners have feared.
Sure, there’s plenty of room to refine and improve if the field wants to take this seriously. But if you’re in an org with executive leadership firmly entrenched in the anti-remote work camp, then you’re going to have a cathartic laugh at this little Gem from @ArtsAdminSay…just resist the temptation to share and tag your exec.
Nonprofits since the beginning of time: It would be impossible for our staff to work remotely because they wouldn’t be productive.
Staff now that everyone is being productive working remotely: pic.twitter.com/AH5URYHl5Z
— Shit Arts Administrators Say (@artsadminssay) April 22, 2020