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A new survey from 451 Research found that 67% of respondents expect that their work-from-home policies will become permanent, or at least remain in place for the long term.
Companies including Twitter and Square have already told employees they can work from home permanently.
And offices that do remain will probably shrink: 47% of respondents say their organizations are likely to reduce their physical office footprint.
A quarter of respondents’ companies plan on waiting a month or more before reopening — and 24% don’t have a timeline for reopening yet.
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You’re probably tired of hearing that remote work is here to stay. But new survey data points to just that.

A new survey from 451 Research — a unit of S&P Global Market Intelligence — that polled 575 IT decision-makers from a range of industries found that 67% of respondents expect work-from-home policies will remain in place permanently or at least for the long term.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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