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Employees are looking for collaboration, fun and shorter commutes
‘The office is open: it’s up to you how you want to use it’
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Managers should take this opportunity to reset how teams are run, wherever they are
We are wasting time arguing for basic things such as flexible work and avoiding the controversial themes
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Government should take care not to legitimise bad management practices
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