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Case Study: Office Space Prioritization Guidance (Tigo)

Summary

As work becomes more flexible, HR leaders must help employees navigate new options for hybrid workspaces. Tigo uses office space prioritization guidance to create a shared understanding of workspace purposes for employees and organizational stakeholders, including real estate and IT.

Published: 31 August 2021

ID: G00753176

Analyst(s): Human Resources Research Team

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