“For years we were told that these jobs couldn’t be done remotely... They laughed in my face when I [previously] asked for accommodations to work at home one day a week to relieve the symptoms of my chronic physical and mental illnesses. But now it’s feasible?”
The concept of the 5-day, 40-hour work week dates back to car manufacturing in the early 20th century. To say it’s out of date is a serious understatement.
Your Nepali employees are working til midnight while American employees get to work standard hours. Or your British team members receive a year of maternity leave while American parents are not guaranteed any time off at all. Sound familiar?