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Keith Fentress

Keith Fentress
Keith Fentress is the founder and president of Fentress Incorporated. He has an extensive history of consulting to real property organizations. His skills include organizational development, program evaluation, and business process improvement. He enjoys outdoor pursuits like backpacking, canoeing, and snorkeling.
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Many organizations consider a hybrid office to be the ideal post-pandemic workplace. The hybrid office enables employees to work from home and the office a portion of each week. One key consideration for the design of a hybrid office is the health and wellness of employees. In my view, the...

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The hybrid office is the new post-pandemic workplace. With employees increasingly splitting their time between working from the office and from home, a “hybrid” office allows employees to work effectively from both locations. Throughout the pandemic, organizations have learned that their...

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The post-pandemic office is projected to become a “hybrid office” - a workplace where employees split their time between working from home and on site. Now that organizations have invested in the technologies and policies to enable employees to work from home, many employees will want to...

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The new term for the post-pandemic workplace is “hybrid office.” The hybrid office is designed for employees to work in the office two to three days a week, while working from home the remainder of the time. Essentially, employees split their time between the workplace and a home office.

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Both the government and commercial sectors have gone through significant transitions during the pandemic as employees have been required to work from home on short notice. However, the government has perhaps gone through the greatest amount of transition in space, technology, and management.

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