Cord Cutting is Coming to the Workplace

“It took my company two years to decide on a ‘Casual Friday’ dress code; it’s now taking us two months to allow people to work from anywhere.”

In a survey of 1500 workers this week Perry Timms found just 1% of respondents wanted to return full-time to the office. Over half of employees wanted 80% virtual, 20% office based – effectively one day a week. May the corporate cord cutting begin.

Increasingly companies will see their offices like the Apple Store. Relatively luxurious spaces for projecting a good impression of their brand. Great for entertaining (prospective) customers, good for hosting brainstorms. (And if you have to do neither of these things expect the spaces to be suitably downgraded to a series of grey hotdesks for when workers are in town).

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