The Work From Home (WFH) movement has created a ‘crisis’ in commercial office real estate. But it’s also doing the same to long-established labour law.
Workers apparently are to ‘blame’. This is so because they are refusing to participate in the traditional behaviours of the factory-style management systems upon which the central ‘office’ environment has been historically structured.
Make no mistake, this is a revolution of the people.
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