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Over half of executives surveyed by West Monroe said their workforce is still mostly working from home in order to avoid social distancing measures in the office, and 42% are cutting back on real estate.

The dilemma for execs is that allowing employees to work remotely is only slightly more productive than implementing social distancing in the office. Forty percent of executives said social distancing measures were employees’ top productivity killer, while 37% said remote work was the biggest obstacle to employee productivity.

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