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For some, it is an outright disaster. While for others, it’s hard to imagine anything else. Working from home. The latter group seems to be in the majority among homeworkers. Some 53% are positive about this and 49% want to continue working remotely after the corona crisis, according to a survey of more than one thousand Dutch workers conducted by the Dutch Intermediair magazine. For companies, this is a good reason to find out how this should look in the future. What does this new way of working mean for how you organize your company? How will employees work with each other? How will they be able to develop themselves? And what does this mean for our workplace? Start-ups provide answers to these questions in two sections. Today’s: CoVince on the workplace of the future.

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Author profile picture Milan Lenters is a writer and editor. Through IO, he got to know his native city Eindhoven in a different way and sometimes looks with amazement at the many stories that lie ahead.