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... 61   Additional Literature Review History of Remote Work Remote work, although a somewhat novel consideration for airports, is not a new concept. Although many of the technologies that support it were only recently developed, as Sako (2021)
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... 62 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies Remote Work Defined According to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, remote work is defined as "a work arrangement in which the employee resides and works at a location beyond the local commuting area of the employing organization's worksite.
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... Additional Literature Review 63   Many organizations, airports included, find it possible for some employee groups to work remotely, but require other employee groups to work on-site. This "mixed-mode" model consists of a mixture of full-time remote employees and full-time office employees (Yang, et al., 2022)
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... 64 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies In the West, "going to work has defined modern life and modern lives, along with the labor conditions, cities, relationships, and patterns of movement that make them up" (Cooke, 2021, p.
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... Additional Literature Review 65   Employee Desires Surveys consistently show that "remote workers overwhelmingly want to stay remote" (Colvin, 2022)
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... 66 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies transportation, clothing, coffee, and lunch. For some, though certainly not all, work-from-home options increased morale and productivity" (p.
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... Additional Literature Review 67   to learn remotely, all the while seeking the attention of caregivers. Even without children at home, distractions can be more prevalent at home.

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