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  • Zurich lets employees redesign office
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Zurich lets employees redesign office

When are you most productive? When surrounded by colleagues you can bounce ideas off? Or closeted away somewhere you won’t be disturbed? Office design can strongly influence the quality of work people produce, and Zurich wants to harness it to drive happiness and productivity.

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