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Coworkers and cubicle Open offices were built to encourage the constant flow of collaboration and brainstorming among teammates—which is wonderful in theory, but potentially distracting in practice. (Photo: Shutterstock)

By now, it’s become clear employees have strong feelings about remote work—namely, many of them prefer it. There’s a particularly noticeable gap in generational opinions, with younger employees eager to stay home indefinitely.

Meanwhile, 72% of more than 1,100 surveyed American adults are ready to return to the office and 70% of business leaders plan to have employees back in the office to some degree. So how do we bridge the divide?

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