The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many employees to work from home, and according to a recent survey, bosses have given up being stressed about it. The survey, conducted by the Australian HR Institute, found that 68% of employers are not concerned about their employees working remotely. This is a significant shift from the early days of the pandemic when many employers were worried about productivity and communication issues. The survey also found that 88% of employers believe their employees are just as productive, if not more so, when working from home. This suggests that employers have adapted to the new normal and have found ways to effectively manage remote teams. The key takeaways for HR leaders are that remote work is here to stay and that it can be just as productive as working in the office. This means that HR leaders should focus on implementing policies and procedures that support remote work and ensure that employees have the necessary tools and resources to be successful. Additionally, HR leaders should prioritize communication and collaboration strategies to keep remote teams connected and engaged.