Is everyone back at the office? It depends on where you live.

Aug 18, 2022
Office occupancy remains low in cities like New York and San Francisco, while places like Columbus, Ohio, are nearly back to pre-pandemic levels.
Office occupancy rates remain low in major urban areas like New York City. Above, a person eats lunch on the terrace of a Manhattan office building.
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Will the delta variant delay the return to downtown?

Jul 30, 2021
In New York, the occupancy rate for commercial office space has been rising, but the delta variant may thwart that revival.
Some companies have delayed their planned returns to the office, and more may follow.
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How office food staples are adapting to a hybrid workforce

Jun 25, 2021
Sweetgreen and Krispy Kreme are planning to go public, but that's not necessarily a sign everyone will be back in the office.
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Will happy hour make a comeback?

May 18, 2021
With many offices going fully remote or hybrid, happy hour has become a dead zone for bars.
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Is your email etiquette up to snuff?

Jan 7, 2020
We talked to a digital etiquette expert.
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There's no such thing as a free snack

Mar 8, 2019
You can make a meal out of free snacks at work, just don't tell the IRS.
Not to harsh the office vibes, but those work snacks have tax implications.
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How to make sure your internship is worth your time

Ask a Manager's Alison Green answers listener questions about internships
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Ask A Manager: When it comes to harassment and relationships at the office, what are your rights?

The dos and don'ts of office relationships and what happens when sexual harassment policy is unclear.
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