Open-space offices at some companies, especially in tech, are being recast in terms of being "dynamic," or able to accommodate flexible schedules and staffing rather than everyday work, writes Christopher Mims. "One thing that's not yet clear is to what extent the dynamic workspace is a reconfiguration of existing offices, versus an opportunity to find new, and possibly smaller, offices," he writes.
The open office gets a pandemic-era rethink
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