Workforce and Employment

Why flexible workspaces are the key to winning the talent war

Google pioneered the open office concept, and many companies followed suit - but it's not for everyone. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

Dan Schawbel

Managing Partner, Workplace Intelligence

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