The Cubicle Is Back. Blame (or Thank) the Coronavirus

Maria J. Danford

The cubicle is earning a comeback.

As thousands of corporations contemplate restarting functions, executives are weighing how best to reconfigure workspaces that have, by and substantial, been made to lessen cost and foster the confront-to-confront interactions that can spread the lethal coronavirus.

Some corporations are seeking at superior-tech techniques to enforce social distancing and keep track of interactions, with area-checking applications and badges, artificial intelligence surveillance cameras, and superior-tech health and fitness checks. Other improvements will be less difficult: stickers to enforce six ft of distance in between coworkers staggered shifts that allow for for additional spacing additional normal cleanings

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