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7 in 10 Businesses Have Permanently Closed Their Offices

Not long after the COVID-19 pandemic sent employees scattering to home offices and remote locations so companies could continue operating while minimizing exposure to the deadly virus, speculation exploded about what this temporary change would mean for the future of how Americans work. Now, the future is here, and it appears that some things have […]

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Why Are Workers Quitting? 1/3 Are Starting Their Own Businesses

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly, and perhaps permanently, disrupted labor in the U.S. While many workers were laid off or furloughed in 2020 as a result of pandemic-related lockdowns, the trend in 2021 is workers quitting. According to the U.S. Labor Department, 4 million people handed in their letters of resignation in April alone. To

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6 in 10 Workers Are Shopping Online During Virtual Meetings

As the COVID-19 pandemic forced millions of employees to work remotely, many meetings and collaborations now occur via Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or other video-conferencing platforms—but discussing the quarterly numbers and reminding everyone to turn in their timecard in on time isn’t all that’s happening during those calls. A recent Digital.com survey of 1,250 Americans who primarily work

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