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On 10/17/2020 at 2:11 PM, dcluley98 said:

My company distinctly said that they will definitely be expecting people back in the office next year, but that they are rethinking  some of the ways they approach office space. 

They highlighted that everyone in the office together promotes creativity and collaboration where people can talk and share ideas with others better than if they were isolated and doing everything virtually. I tend to agree with this to a point, but sometimes a bit more independence is necessary to get work done. 

They basically said that they will be looking to redo some of our space and move from more open office and group settings that had been a trend recently back toward small single space with mutliple break-out or conference areas.  They are looking at building out a new space and will be going for a pods  with full glass front wall and cubicles with higher walls. They will also have several break-out areas to meet and host local folks who come in for the day, but do not have a permanent office, and "isolation areas" that can be private space sealed off for sensitive calls or meetings. 

I think it is all a bit reactionary and just the latest "trend" that management thinks will get the most out of people, personally.  (I'm just glad that whole "open office" bullcrap trend went away before they made me do that. I would quit.)  

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Our office went open office and the primary complaint is that its noisy AF.  I wonder if leasing the new floor is going to put toward more offices.

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On 10/17/2020 at 1:47 PM, ucfpatriot18 said:

I’m in the recruiting industry and the number of people relocating to the Orlando area is staggering.    I think we are going to be ok.  

That's good for the housing (single and multi) industry but I wonder what the impact will be for office space? 

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