Until the industrial revolution began in the 18th century, more than 90 percent of people farmed or worked in small craft shops attached to their homes. The dominant role of factories, office towers, and retail complexes in our lives is a very recent development, in historical terms. Even more recent is the rise of Internet-based telecommuting. Today, every company must ask itself whether having physical offices still makes sense. If so, who should be working in them? We'll update you on the latest research and what it means for you and your company.
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