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Work has changed quite a bit in the past year. COVID-19 introduced a very large segment of employees in the U.S. to working remotely and challenged long-standing assumptions about what a company needs to be productive. As lockdowns lift and the world begins to return to a new normal, some aspects of how we work are likely to change for good.

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Betting that a considerable number of employees will be working remotely long after the pandemic ends, Haystack officially launched Tuesday to provide a centralized communications, HR and training hub for companies with more than 300 employees.

Its goal is to make big companies feel small.

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In May, Twitter announced that they will allow employees to permanently work from home once the COVID-19 pandemic settles. As one of the largest social media companies pivots some of its workforce to remote, it's time to re-evaluate what the future looks like, as we plan our adjustments for this "new normal."

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