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November 26, 2022
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The new era of work will embrace an ecosystem of spaces

The results of a new survey on people’s experience of working from home during lockdown will accelerate the  shift from primarily office-based work to a “total workplace ecosystem”, based on offices, homes and other locations including digital space. That is the conclusion of a new report from  Cushman & Wakefield which analysed responses from more than 40,000 individuals from around thirty companies across nearly twenty sectors. The survey suggests that, during the pandemic, productivity generally remains strong and team collaboration has improved through better application of remote technology. Three quarters of respondents agree or strongly agree that they are collaborating…
The new era of work will embrace an ecosystem of spaces

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