The New Workplace Paradigm

As companies emerge from the mandated work from home environment, they will begin asking questions such as, “How do we get our employees back to the office and keep them safe?” and “How will we reduce costs in a challenging economic environment?” But perhaps the most interesting question is, “What lessons did we learn about remote work?”

 

The circumstances caused by the health crisis smashed the work-from-anywhere barrier. Now, the question is “How do we take advantage of the opportunity to re-think our workspace and the ability to work at the best location to maximize productivity, talent and financial return?” What does that mean for the design and location of the future Workspace? 

 

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