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Smart Building Tech Can Limit Infection But We Need to Present the Data to Alleviate Fear

Office workers have become comfortable at home. After being forced to work from home for much of the last 12-months, the long-awaited return to the office (whenever it comes) will now represents change and with change comes fear. Just as the end of the pandemic will not be a specific date, the return to the office will not be as simple as opening the doors of the building and expecting everything to be normal. Employees will be reluctant, being around colleagues will feel strange, while health and safety will continue to create concern. Employers will have to find innovative ways to alleviate fears to help their employees feel comfortable in the workplace again, and smart building technology may provide the answer. “The global pandemic has shaken up the entire world and fundamentally disrupted our daily work and life. Home offices have become the new normal as a radical measure to curb the spread of COVID […]

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