Every assumption we made a generation ago about work—where it’s done, by whom, for how long, and in what way—is being challenged. Workforces are more diverse and distributed. Technology is in the driving seat. However you define the office now, there are boundless opportunities to make the workplace a more productive and welcoming environment, from the design of it to the relationships and cultural norms that shape our experience of it.
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