The concept of working from home has been welcomed across the world as both public and private organizations have laid down rules, permitting their employees to work from home in a bid to prevent the spread of the ongoing pandemic.
While some people/employees are quite uncomfortable with the idea from the start, a few others are, however, enjoying their stay-at-home with family. For example, Cara Fields, the Marketing Chief of Staff at Elanco, an Indiana-based animal health organization have evidently been experiencing some hilarious moment.
Her husband did come up with a brilliant idea to give Cara and her co-workers the much-needed laughter. So, when Cara is on work-related Zoom call, her husband Zoombomb her conference calls with colleagues by sitting in the background putting on hilarious costumes.
Right after Cara uploaded photos of her husband’s jokes on Linkedln, it instantly went viral. At the initial, Cara’s husband wore things, including Hawaiian shirts, hunting gear and a cowboy hat before escalating into things like Halloween costumes.
Not only does Cara’s Linkedln connection appreciated her husband’s acts, but they also loved it. However, one can argue that the ongoing pandemic has undeniably taught people a lot about working from home.
Studies from the early pandemic outbreak opined a strong preference for remote work. It was found that about 60% of Americans working from home now prefer working remotely even as officials lifted restrictions. It’s like Cara’s husband belongs to the 60% group.