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The office's history shows how our work has changed and how work's physical spaces respond to cultural, technological, and social influences
Anthropological research shows how physical proximity increases interactions. The office is an important factor in communicating the necessary cues of leadership, collaboration, and communication.
Although employees might move back to the physical space of the office again, boundaries are changing.
If and when you return to your office after the pandemic, you'll probably notice some changes.
48% of companies are currently using freelancers. Many are seeing positive results. Remote workers are more productive and accomplish more in less time.
With a growing suite of tools, remote work life is better for both employees and employers.
Employees at offices with plants report higher levels of concentration.
If you notice your workspace environment is less than ideal, speak up about it to your manager or human resources.