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It's time to reimagine where and how work will get done

PwC’s US Remote Work Survey - January 12, 20:

"Remote work has been an overwhelming success for both employees and employers. The shift in positive attitudes toward remote work is evident: 83% of employers now say the shift to remote work has been successful for their company, compared to 73% in our June 2020 survey."

And also:

"Real estate portfolios are in transition. Most (87%) executives expect to make changes to their real estate strategy over the next 12 months. These plans include consolidating office space in premier locations and/or opening more satellite locations. Over the next three years, while some executives expect to reduce office space, 56% expect to need more. These mixed findings show that some companies are planning to reinvest the remote work dividend in new ways in order to create a special experience in the office."

Posted by MisterNiceKitty | Mon Jul 26, 2021, 03:11 PM (13 replies)

Didn't see this posted anywhere but it is in the news: BLM backlash over Cuba comments

BLM Per NBC News:

... the organization urged the U.S. to lift the embargo immediately and appeared to praise the country. “The people of Cuba are being punished by the U.S. government because the country has maintained its commitment to sovereignty and self-determination,” the message read."

The response:

"Black Cuban organizations in the country have done their best to send out their own messages in the wake of the protests. Alianza Afro-Cubana, an advocacy organization for Black LGBTQ Cubans, said in a social media statement that the Cuban government “should listen to the people, serve them” instead of criminalizing them. The group called on Black Lives Matter to “sit down and have a conversation about solidarity."

“We call on activists and anti racist groups to be concerned about the situation of Black people, who bear the heaviest burden of violence,” the statement reads. “Cuba continues to show its racist reality and that justice has a selective condition.”


Posted by MisterNiceKitty | Sat Jul 17, 2021, 02:13 PM (2 replies)
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