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Some jobs simply are not conducive to being performed remotely. Consider identifying those jobs right away to eliminate any future requests or inquiries. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Last March, many companies across the US abruptly shifted their employees from the Company office to remote home offices. One year later, millions of workers are still working remotely. The pandemic has elevated the importance of the physical dimensions of work.

As we begin the process of returning to the workplace, it is certain that, for many businesses, it will not mean a return to the old ways of doing business. Many employees may prefer to continue working from home, while others may be feeling uncomfortable or unproductive outside the traditional work setting. Some may be experiencing the burnout of “living at work.” Many may miss the collaboration and camaraderie of the office.

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