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Thursday, January 5, 2023

Why The Work From Anywhere Movement Is Important & What Your Peers Are Saying.

At one time the range of ‘office technology’ consisted of expensive devices and platforms like networks, printers, copiers, filing cabinets, desktop computers, postage machines, telephones, and fax machines to name a few.

Technology evolved. Fewer company networks, smartphones in every pocket, laptops instead of desktops, faxes in the form of email attachments, and filing cabinets in the Cloud.

What remained was the physical place to meet – meeting rooms, company kitchens, watercoolers, open

and shared areas, and the essential, Executive Conference room.

The fear of Covid altered this last bastion of the centrally oriented business structure – the physical location is no longer a barrier.

The end of 2022 is here – adjusting to the chaos that is Covid recovery, businesses across the spectrum are rebuilding their organizations and addressing the new battlefield: Work in the office or continue to work from home.

The War of Work – #WFA vs #RTO

“In 2019, less than 6% of American workers worked primarily from home. Then COVID hit, and by May 2020, 35% of workers worked completely remotely, as high as 57% among professional and management occupations.” – Entrepreneur. 

Should we get employees back to a building or let them ‘roam free,’ untethered?

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Marc Benioff says newer Salesforce employees are less productive

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The Ultimate List of Work From Home Statistics for 2022

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Communication is essential to employees’ return to the office

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Staples Parent Reportedly Sells Quill Headquarters

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