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By Nicole Ellis, Casey Kuhn
The moves are the latest indication of how difficult it is for companies to set firm plans to return workers to the office, with worries about a spike in cases or new variants shifting return-to-office deadlines.
By Anne D'Innocenzio
For many Americans during the pandemic, the home office has seen a lot of activity. But, as Maya Trabulsi of station KPBS reports, one San Diego man dedicated his home's workspace to his passion: American history. It's part of our…
By Maya Trabulsi, KPBS
Actions we took under duress have become hardwired habits and may endure after the pandemic has receded. They may help us think and live differently — maybe even better — in the future.
By Laura Santhanam
For about a year, many Americans have been forced to work from home due to COVID-19 safety concerns. Now, architects and designers are thinking about the future of the workspace for when workers return. As we look to the future,…
By Christopher Booker, Connie Kargbo
By Cutler J Cleveland, Alicia Zhang, Jacqueline Ashmore, Taylor Dudley, The Conversation
Working from home has become the new norm for many during the pandemic. But it's an opportunity that divides along racial and economic lines – and isn't as beneficial to the environment as many believe.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many to find ways to work remotely. And our partners at southern California station KCET found a priest in Santa Clarita who is putting his passion for technology to work. The story is part of their…
By Paul Solman
Fears of the coronavirus pandemic and the sharp shifts by companies to allow employees to work from home could devastate the nation’s office skyscrapers, some economists say. But real estate moguls say the office as we know it isn't dead…
Many Americans are working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, and it’s unclear when people will or should return to the workplace. The shift toward more remote work could have significant repercussions for employees, companies and the marketplace. Economics correspondent…
By Zachary Green
With the growing coronavirus outbreak, millions of parents in the U.S. are being asked to work from home while also caring for their children. Balancing the two may seem like an impossible task. But one writer says that this is…
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