As HR professionals, we have a once in a generation opportunity to take a leadership role in designing new ways of working. Since the pandemic, we have seen that working nine to five in-the-office is dead. Our long-standing expectations of going to the office, “to do our work,” and going to off-sites to “network with colleagues,” has been turned on its head. And never did employers have to justify why one should be present in the office and what types of work would ideally happen there. Click here to read the full article.