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Before 2020, people used to covet the opportunity to work from home so they could eliminate their commute, wear comfortable clothing, and set up a convenient workstation. When the majority of companies began remote work at the onset of the pandemic, there was a slight sense of optimism amongst employees that these perks would be permanent for the foreseeable future. However, without the physical office tying team members together, company culture was inadvertently undermined.

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