New office furniture Instead of shifting the cost of home-office equipment and administration onto employees, try channeling some of the dollars saved from mothballed office spaces back into improving your employees' home-office environments.

Companies invest hundreds of hours and millions of dollars to make office environments not just OSHA compliant, but pleasant and productive places to work. Now, though, the great shift to remote work means the normally well-stocked snack pantries are bare, and the on-site gyms and meditation rooms are standing empty.

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