After months of COVID-19-induced disruptions, businesses who have suffered interruption are understandably chomping at the bit to go back to normal as part of the business recovery process. And going back to normal, for many, means resuming operations in work facilities vacated due to local, state, and national lockdown orders.
Indeed, an early April 2020 MIT survey revealed that nearly one third of all workers in the U.S. who had been employed the month before were working from home. That was up from a 2017 baseline of 5 percent of people working from home, according to Census data.
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