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Indeed and I agree with you but that might also be false economy in the mid to longer term. The savings in real estate can come at the expense of productivity and workers sense of well being as that open space starts to feel like a train car during rush hour.

The other option of dealing with real estate constraints is to embrace a distributed work force in addition to an office in places where office space is a premium.




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