These companies were hybrid before the pandemic. Here’s how they make it work

“There are some real difficulties when some people are remote and everybody else is in person. You forget about that [remote] person, you don’t know what they are doing, you don’t think to talk to them because it takes extra effort,” said Judith Olson, professor of informatics at the University of California Irvine. Managers need to go out of their way to communicate regularly with remote workers.