The unintended consequences of working from home will be multifold and worrisome for Canadians
Financial Post: "This is not only problematic for the employees in question but for Canada’s employment and tax base, as fewer Canadians are ultimately employed. Coupled with robots and other forms of automation becoming increasingly functional and less expensive, I see the makings of a labour force and financial crisis, with less employees paying taxes on high income jobs, on the horizon. Of course, employees that are still working remotely will lack the relationships with key executives that lead to promotional opportunities. Looking ahead, what will working from home ultimately beget? Unemployment, reduced salaries, the transfer of jobs abroad and an underclass of employees far removed from decision-making and promotional opportunities."