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overview: If office workers return in big numbers this fall, their new workspaces could be much different than March 2020. Some employers have made extensive changes to furniture, floor coverings and air filtration and ventilation systems.


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When workers return to Randstad’s Cobb County office this fall they may not recognize the place.

Gone are the rows of cubicles. Tables of different shapes and sizes are spread about with plenty of room to walk around. Many workstations let employees switch between sitting and standing.

“Everything is 100% new,” said Dean Jones, Randstad’s vice president of workplace. “We completely gutted it down to the concrete floor and the ceiling.”

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