business woman in front of laptop at window talking on phone Working remotely or from the office both come with perks and challenges, but alternative workspaces may be a solution to reconcile those differences. (Photo: Shutterstock)

As companies today plan for the new normal, many are faced with the question of what workforce model works best for our employees. Employers, CEOs, and people leaders worldwide are asking themselves: Should we ask our employees to come back to the office? Should we let them work from home and become a remote-first company? Or is there another hybrid option? How do we strike a balance and keep employees safe and happy?

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