Remote work could be here to stay for some workers after pandemic

The pandemic has altered life for everyone. It's also forced most companies to re-adjust how they do business.

For some, that has meant sending employees home to work remotely. And, even as more people get vaccinated, we likely won't see a total shift back to the office.

A survey by Global Workplace Analytics found 76 percent of global employees want to continue work from home, at least a few days a week. And some businesses could be inclined to keep that in place.

Sunday, we got insight from business consultant and New York Times best-selling author Rodd Wagner about productivity and the future of work. Wagner recently penned an article for Forbes on how remote work could fit into the future.

Hit play to hear more from him.