With remote work trending toward a more permanent reality for some companies and workers, a few firms are aiming to capitalize by offering prefabricated tiny backyard work pods
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Construction has been somewhat behind on things like technology and remote working. But the COVID-19 pandemic forced the sector to revisit how it did things; now it is embracing fresh ways of working that could lead to gains in productivity and worker well-being.
Companies want people back in offices now that the pandemic is waning, but workers aren’t coming in, leaving architects searching for ways to make the post-pandemic office more appealing
The initial pandemic panic sent FGM Architects’ employees into remote work indefinitely, hobbling their ability to collaborate on project documents—then Bluebeam reimagined the way the firm operates
COVID has made businesses adapt to remote work, creating challenges regarding workplace culture and performance. Understanding these and implementing ways to maintain and build collaboration, motivation and productivity can have lasting positive results
The COVID-19 pandemic spawned a rush to remote work, and now more workers in the industry say they prefer the work style