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Planning the 2021 workplace: what to do if 2020's work-from-home arrangements become permanent

Employment lawyers say planning is key to avoid unforeseen consequences

Planning the 2021 workplace: what to do if 2020's work-from-home arrangements become permanent

As the crisis management of 2020 moves to 2021 long-term planning, many employees are opting to permanently work from home, while others are looking for a hybrid approach. For employers, that means tools that existed before are gaining new traction. It also means the need for clarity in policies is becoming increasingly clear.

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