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3 Workplace Changes We Can't Afford To Lose An economy-crushing year has created valuable shifts that re-shaped company culture for the better.

By Misty Frost

This story appears in the June 2021 issue of Start Up.

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As we move through 2021, there's a palpablem desire to get "back to normal" as quickly as possible. But in the business world, getting back to normal would be a big mistake.

No doubt, last year was tough and tragic. Yet there have undeniably been significant and positive changes in the way we work, learn, and grow as business leaders. So now, as we inch back to whatever "normal" means, it's important that we cling tight to these three valuable lessons learned from 2020.

Embrace flexible schedules

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