“I love working from home and never thought that I would like it this much. I never thought I would be this productive.”
The agency’s president and CEO talks about cauliflower, pugs and George Carlin.
The director of research and planning for the B2B PR firm has been interviewing CEOs about WFH.
How one crisis wrangler became a ‘van-based executive.’
The industry veteran talks heading back to the office in New Zealand, then returning temporarily to WFH.
The agency founder continued working at her office after sending employees home.
The agency’s president talks best-laid plans of moving into an office just before a pandemic hit.
Escaping rattlesnakes and missing DC pubs.
“I’ve never been in a more stressful situation. I was on the Hill during 9/11. This was a whole different level.”
Golin CEO and road warrior in normal times Matt Neale talks staying sane and democratizing corporate structures while stuck at home.
The VP of customer onboarding talks wild hogs and coyotes while working in remote Missouri.
PRWeek intern Julia Francis speaks with her fellow University of Florida student about interning during the lockdown.
The CEO of Story Worldwide on the ‘tense’ environment in Seattle.
Hashemi on being the first one back in the office after working from home while taking care of his partner with COVID-19 and a toddler.
Liwanag traded the city for rural life to stay with his grandma during the pandemic.
One WFH couple, two agencies: Around the (home) office with SourceCode’s Greg Mondshein and KMM Communications’ Kristen Mondshein
“I had a really nice office setup here, but when this all started, he booted me out of it.”
“What do you do when five children are expected to be in Zoom classes simultaneously?"
Lockdown living and working alone: Around the (home) office with Alex Demers, Kelsie Axelrod and Olivia Ludington
The now fully WFH employees of Golin, Shift and Ludington Media talk about the pandemic solo life.
When chickens interrupt Zoom calls: Around the (home) office with Red Lorry Yellow Lorry’s Meredith Eaton
The agency’s director of North America talks chasing away predators during the workday and new business pitches in a blackout.
Leary is working from an apartment with her husband and two kids under seven.