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July 2, 2022
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A shift in the workplace axis might be a welcome outcome of this crisis

I am not a philosopher. I sell home and workplace furniture. But I’ve been thinking a lot recently about how radically different things will be – both in how we work and how we live – once we get through this dreadful period of our lives. We have the opportunity to embrace a whole new way of working which recognises and gets the best out of all parts of our community. But get it wrong, and we could blur the boundaries between work and life, causing great harm to our wellbeing. I think we can get this right. I’ve been…
A shift in the workplace axis might be a welcome outcome of this crisis

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