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How ad agencies are planning to return to the office

3 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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How ad agencies are returning to offices.
The Trade Desk and Publicis' partnership.
Porter Novelli's turnaround.
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Here's how major ad agencies like WPP and Omnicom are planning a return to the office
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Here's how major ad agencies like WPP and Omnicom are planning a return to the office

Here's how major ad agencies like WPP and Omnicom are planning a return to the office

4 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement As more people become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, ad agencies are gradually planning for a return to office.
Some companies are adopting hybrid work models, prompting them to rethink their office space and reduce real estate. They're considering permanent remote workers and burnout in their plans, aware of the mental toll longer hours have had on staff and the loss of connection between teams when employees work from home.
While their plans may vary, and most still don't have a set date to return, many agencies realize the post-pandemic workplace will be...
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