Thanks to the coronavirus, it appears that working from home may become the new normal for many workers:
Companies have been forced to embrace remote working amid stay-at-home orders for all nonessential positions and businesses. In the process, corporations are seeing proof that productivity does not suffer, and employees may not need to return to offices in order to be productive and accomplish their work tasks. It also may be part of required cost-cutting as companies plan for what could be a prolonged global economic slump.
Previously open floor plans were highly encouraged, since it promoted unity and collaboration throughout the office. These new office adjustments will instead mirror trends from a decade ago, when cubicles and more personal offices were the norm.
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