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The remote work revolution isn’t coming to the factory floor. – NPR

It’s not just tech companies embracing work-from-home for the post-pandemic era. But manufacturers like Ford also have to consider the huge swathes of their workforce…



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The Ford company logo is displayed above the Chicago Assembly Plant on Feb. 3. Ford is allowing many workers to work remotely not just during the pandemic, but as routine policy. But of course, plant workers can’t sign in to work from home.
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Last month, Ford announced it would allow staff who have been working remotely to remain remote at least some of the time long after the pandemic is over.
“Must be nice for them,” thought Marcie Pedraza, an electrician at a Ford plant…

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