September 9, 2020
Moderated Zoom panel discussion to begin at 1:00 PM
Cubicles had been on the way out during pre-coronavirus times. Open office designs were en vogue ad businesses wanted to see employees mingling in open spaces. They started to knock down the walls to foster collaboration. That was the thought then. Now, cubicles and enclosed spaces don't seem so bad.
COVID-19 has changed many things in a short amount of time, including the acceptance of work-from-home arrangements. Companies that had a dim view of remote working policies have warmed to the concept. Others, including Twitter, have gone all in and are letting employees work from home permanently.
The pandemic’s immediate impact on office environments is relatively clear. But figuring out what happens next and predicting how offices will look and operate in a post-COVID-19 world is tricky.
Moderator: Michael Grant – Managing Principal, M. Grant Financial