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03. The Return to Work

03. The Return to Work
7 Jul, 2020
As we begin to reopen the economy, we discussed with businesses and major employers about how we’re going to return to work, and what work looks like now. We explored the possibility of these changes remaining and the longer term impacts for commercial property, transport planning, jobs, and wellbeing. Has the novelty of “working from […]

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As we begin to reopen the economy, we discussed with businesses and major employers about how we’re going to return to work, and what work looks like now. We explored the possibility of these changes remaining and the longer term impacts for commercial property, transport planning, jobs, and wellbeing. Has the novelty of “working from home” worn off, or could we see more remote working even when offices re-open?

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