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What happens when work from home meets office culture?
Featured guests: Sheila Botting and James Porter
In this episode of Changing Places, host Mariam Sobh talks to Sheila Botting and James Porter as we explore what happens when work from home meets office culture, something many of us have had to contend with for almost two years. And, if eighty percent of workers want to continue working at home in some capacity, what does it really mean for the future of the office?LEARN MORE AND LISTEN NOW
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U.S. office market Q2 2022 insights
Workers are gradually returning to offices, yet inconsistently and at differing rates across industries and markets. More business leaders are coming to embrace flexible and hybrid work schedules with labor retention and attraction considerations weighing heavily on policy. Demand for office space remains curtailed as a result. Leasing volume continues to trend well below pre-pandemic levels and vacancy in the U.S. office sector rose higher. However, some secondary and tertiary markets are bucking the trend, benefitting from an influx of businesses accommodating distributed workforces and tapping into new labor pools.