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Changes you may see

If and when you return to your office after the pandemic, you'll probably notice some changes.

  • The doors of the building may open automatically, so you don't have to touch the handles.
  • You may tell the elevator where to stop, rather than pressing buttons.
  • You may walk into a room full of dividers and well-spaced desks.
  • Meeting rooms and kitchens may have fewer chairs.
  • There may be more frequent cleaning policies and better ventilation systems.

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As the public health crisis continues, office space will probably have to be altered to encourage safety.

  • It could mean the reversal of the open office trend that was packing more people into open office spaces.
  • The shift may mean more private spaces or personal of...

  • Fewer employees coming into the office could mean less need for office space.
  • Safety protocols that require people to be spaced at least six feet apart could cause more demand for larger office space.
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  • Before the pandemic, a lot of company management and leaders were skeptical regarding remote work. But the skepticism will go away because companies recognize that remote work does work.
  • The economic impact of the pandemic will likely force employers to cut costs. They may reduce t...

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