Many companies have offices spanning a range of cities, and it's not uncommon for workers in San Francisco to meet online with colleagues in Boston rather than fly across the country every time live collaboration is needed. This especially applies to companies intending to uphold a hybrid work model once employees are brought back to offices. At this point, companies are realizing that while there's a benefit to in-person collaboration, there's also no need to force workers to show up to an office five days a week -- not when they've successfully done their jobs remotely for a year and a half.
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