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calm-grass-85557

03/09/2022, 5:10 PM
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magnificent-solstice-42554

03/09/2022, 5:23 PM
Except the local economy suffers when offices are shut. Restaurants, office rentals, cabs/autos, public transport etc etc have almost zero revenue when offices are closed. And these sectors employ a big chunk of a city's population. PS: I'm not making an argument for "back to office". Just presenting a counterpoint.
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chilly-rocket-77832

03/09/2022, 5:53 PM
Restaurants, office rentals, cabs/autos, public transport etc etc have almost zero revenue when offices are closed.
Only in cities that were built around offices that did not really need people to be in a single building to work, but ended-up being so due to the status-quo.
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tall-continent-37497

03/10/2022, 7:38 AM
I work at AdNabu and we have been remote even before the pandemic hit mother earth. I know that it's highly productive to do work from home for a small team of 13 right now. we have grown enough in the last 3 years.
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straight-continent-34777

03/10/2022, 9:15 PM
We were faced with a whole new paradigm when the covid pandemic hit. The boat of wanting to be in office has definitely sailed. While its a personal thing, I can say for a fact that you can work from home and meet people when required at a common setting. I’m still working from home after shifting countries and having a swanky office setup for us 😛 So yep, my advice is definitely biased!