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If and when you return to your office after the pandemic, you'll probably notice some changes.
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Before the pandemic, only 4 percent of the US workforce worked from home at least half the time. However, the trend of working from home had been gaining momentum for years.
It is estimated that within a couple of years, 30% of people will work from home multiple days per week....
Coworking companies expect an influx of new clients looking to downsize from traditional office space with long lease terms into so-called flexible space.
Coworking companies have seen a rapid decrease in demand due to shelter-in-pace orders. But it's likely temporary. The uncertainty c...
More formalization and company policies around remote work are necessary for the shift to be successful.
A recent study showed that half of the businesses expect less productivity during the pandemic because of a lack of remote work capabilities. Companies that have built up guidelines wil...
As the public health crisis continues, office space will probably have to be altered to encourage safety.
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At first, office layouts were influenced by the production or factory line. Rows of desks fitted tightly together, but managers and executives had private offices with windows so they could supervise workers.
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