Picture: Daily Telegraph/Gaye Gerard
With many organisations and their workforces being able to rapidly adapt to flexible and remote working (coined the greatest work/social experiment of our lifetime), many people are questioning the operating costs and long-term purpose of workplaces: Why do we need a workplace? Do we need all this space? How do we adapt our workplaces and management of them to comply with social distancing? What is the longer-term impact on business and people? Will everyone want to work from home?
Based on these questions and taking a cost perspective, many are predicting the end of the workplace as we know it without considering the intrinsic role of the workplace to our business effectiveness, society and people . . .
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