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Creating an Office That Feels Like Home

A study conducted by Indeed demonstrates that 73% of remote workers pine for interaction with their colleagues in person. Furthermore, more companies are realising that while working remotely can slash costs, it can also reduce the quality of work. But what’s more concerning is how it affects your staff’s mental health. People often feel isolated when they don’t need to be in the office. Therefore, it is time to resurrect the office space and create a reason for employees to leave their convenient workspace at home and return to the office. Below, we will provide a few strategies to revive the office and make it a comfortable replacement for a comfy home. These strategies focus on one foundational principle — making an office that feels like home.

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