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It’ll still be office culture, but not as we know it

The commercial office sector can expect to weather Covid well, but remote working – or a hybrid model – is here to stay

5th April, 2020
After the crisis is over, we will continue to see office space being used differently

Never has technology been tested to such an extent as it is now, with the advent of Covid-19 and so many forced to work from home. That, combined with a massive shift in behavioural attitudes towards remote working, has resulted in crisis management for many in keeping teams together and motivated.

Remote working involves a well-thought-out scenario where individuals have an agreed remote-working policy with their employers and are set up at home to carry...

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