D.C. Faces A Startling Question: What If Office Workers Don’t Come Back? | DCist

February 16, 2021
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On February 16, 2021, the D.C. Policy Center’s report, 2020 State of Business: Pivoting from Pandemic to Recovery was cited by DCist:

The D.C. Policy Center, which is run by Yesim Taylor, a former staffer in the CFO’s office, summarized the risk to D.C. as follows in its 2020 State of Business Report: “If worker location ceases to be important, then, when recovery begins, business location will also matter less in attracting a talented workforce.”

Read more: D.C. Faces A Startling Question: What If Office Workers Don’t Come Back? | DCist

Related: 2020 State of Business: Pivoting from Pandemic to Recovery | D.C. Policy Center

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