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This time last year, the world stared in disbelief at the prospect of long-term office closures and turning your home into your indefinite workspace.
Now, as vaccine distributions roll out and the light at the end of the tunnel grows increasingly brighter, workers are gearing up for a possible return to the office.
About half of Americans want to go back into the workplace at least a few days during the week, according to a March survey from Envoy.
But the office they return to likely won’t be the same. The pandemic has reshaped how we think about personal space, interaction with other people, and how we balance our personal and professional lives.
Here’s how the office may be different when we go back in the post-pandemic era.
You’ll split your time between working in the office and at home
Only one in 10 companies anticipate all their staff to return to the office after the pandemic, according to a report by the National Association for Business Economics. Workers have been forced to adapt to, and have now grown comfortable with, spending their regular 9-to-5’s in their homes. But research also suggests that the traditional office setup provides human connection, something …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Strategy