You THINK it's been done? It could come back to haunt you. Degree Required? Seriously? Let me tell you this. I was laid off for 13 months. In that time I worked for about 8 months at JPL in Pasadena. As a contract employee. When I got a callback I had to fill out another app and I was in a hurry so just put down “JPL” and the duration, what department, etc. 6 months after I’d been back (and promoted) I was called to explain why I'd lied on the app. “JPL has no record of you having been an employee and we now have a problem.” More correctly, I have the problem. I explained only what I could offer as an explanation. Which, thankfully, t bought. And you do not want to find yourself in that position, trust. So, thinking that not much has changed, letting them know up front is probably the wisest way to go. You may not have anything to worry about. Best of luck to you!
A business owner who wants their company to function optimally may need to consider this option even for those employees who want to return from work from home. Of course, the choice is yours whether to allow all your employees to work from home or limit the number. For a business to operate at optimal efficiency, it must allow for all employees to operate in a work environment where they can efficiently meet their work responsibilities, so they can have a chance to achieve their goals and achieve business success over time. A business that takes the time to properly assess the needs of its employees and their personal desires before making the decision to allow them to work from home is a wise business model to follow. How long should I stay at home before returning to the office? Most of the time it's a choice that employees have to.