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Conversations from several years ago about the future of the workplace seem like they are from a different era when we consider the realities workers and employers experience today. While much of what the future holds remains uncertain, what we do know is that workers are looking at their home office as a part (or all) of their work-life experience.

This scattered workforce highlights a new area of workplace unpredictability: The rising risk of natural disasters and the impact they leave on homeowners. When employees are expected to be productive from home, how are they to manage the demands of the “office” when their property is severely damaged, disrupting their work and their lives?

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