Six ways your office will be different in 2021, assuming you ever go back to it
The Washington Post, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds, your workplace will change in unpredictable ways.
During the coronavirus pandemic lock downs, the white-collar class swapped corner offices and global travel for home workspaces and meetings on Zoom. The vaccines’ broad success – depending on how variants of the virus develop – means people may return to their offices. But hybrid work is emerging, remote work isn’t going to disappear, and both appeal to some employers and employees. Jena McGregor reports in The Washington Post on a few ways that work and the workplace may be different going forward.
About the Author
Washington Post reporter Jena McGregor writes about corporate management and governance, workplace trends, and the personalities who run Washington and business.
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