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New Survey Shows How Attitudes about Working From Home Are Changing What a study of work from home employees reveals about the keys to employee safety, happiness and productivity.

By Brian Byer

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Initially after the COVID-19 pandemic hit, corporate employees nationwide were forced to pivot from working in an office to working from home. The good news is, the adjustment period in the majority of cases was short and relatively painless. Most technical challenges were quickly overcome by identifying the right app or piece of hardware that would ensure productivity as we physically separated from our usual office tools and colleagues. Security issues were also expediently addressed.

Now, with several months of home office experience under our belts, the question looms how will this successful "roll out" of the work-from-home model impact company protocols moving forward, and how radically will the traditional office environment shift as corporate America slowly reopens for business.

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