While the pandemic has taught us a lot about our world, one of the main things we’ve learned is that lots of people are able to perform their job functions in isolation, with many more people working from home than pre-pandemic. Lots of them have been successful and content in this position, especially those people who already experienced working in a group-office setting, having learned their craft from the experienced workers who had gone before them.
The question is should these home bodies, isolated from their newer coworkers, feel some sense of responsibility for passing on their knowledge and experience to a new generation? And if they never get the chance, what happens to all that knowledge?
Shouldn’t we feel some obligation to pay it forward?
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