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November 10, 2022
Summing up where the office now stands in the scheme of things
by Mark Eltringham • Comment, Flexible working
The argument about what it takes to encourage people to come into the office more often seems to have boiled down to an equation. It’s now common to hear somebody argue that the office has to be worth the commute it takes to get to it. So, if you want people to spend more time in the building, you need to do the maths. O must be greater than or equal to C More →