Companies don’t want to waste money on office space when everyone’s working from home—but they do want to make space available when workers need to come in. Enter the hub-and-spoke model.
Many offices remain closed, and employees have settled in for an extended and indefinite stint of working from home. And though some companies are only just realizing how much of their work can be done remotely, many workers are eager to get back in the office, at least some of the time. A recent survey by the JLL company Big Red Rooster found that 94% of employees want the option to return to a physical office, and that remote work should augment but not replace the traditional office.
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