Before the COVID-19 pandemic, a large focus of companies in the San Francisco Bay Area was establishing a place of work that reflected the company culture.
Open floor plans, cereal containers full of free snacks — anything to make the office stand out to recruit the best and brightest talent.
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We might see a shift to single-occupancy restrooms, where only one employee — with a swipe of a keycard — can go in at once, Carrie Byles, a partner at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, told Business Insider.