Will COVID-19 Permanently Shift the Balance between Work from Home and the Workplace?

Businesswoman in home office in front of laptop

How will this affect commercial real estate moving forward?

April 13, 2020
Adam Weaver - Gravel2Gavel Construction & Real Estate Law Blog

On March 15, 2020, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued formal guidance to combat the spread of the coronavirus by recommending against gatherings of 50 or more people for the next eight weeks (CDC guidance), which includes nearly every office building in America. Thus, began the most significant work from home experiment this country has ever seen.

With the majority of the workforce working from home, many employees see this as an opportunity to finally prove that, “yes, that meeting could have been an email.” However, while workers will not be distracted by constant (and potentially unnecessary) meetings, a number of issues and questions arise with working from home.

Most importantly, is this working from home experiment a temporary opportunity for businesses to test remote work ideas or is this the new normal? And how will this affect commercial real estate moving forward?

Mr. Weaver may be contacted at adam.weaver@pillsburylaw.com


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