The so-called “return to the office” has dominated much of the discourse over the last few months, as companies debate whether they should demand workers resume full time on-site presence or adopt a hybrid model.

Much of the conversation has focused on the cultural benefits of office versus homeworking. The focus is on mentoring younger workers, improving collaboration and fostering company cultures. Sometimes it shifts to discussing the broader economic issues: what a wholesale, permanent, home-working economy means for city centers and other business districts and the businesses set up to support commuters when they’re in the office…

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