While office buildings traditionally have been at the center of work for many people, factors including the COVID-19 pandemic have forced employers to reconsider the look of their workspaces.
Three professors from the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business discuss the state of in-person work, what’s lost when workers aren’t together in a physical space and how employers are adapting their workspaces to modern needs.
The three professors give their take on these + more questions. What is the value of in-person work and face-to-face interactions? What types of jobs benefit most from in-person interactions? What’s lost when workers aren’t together in person?.
They bring up both positive and negative aspects of different remote and office areas.