“Glenn Roby since mid-March has been working on the question of how professional offices will reopen, and what they’ll look like when they do.
As executive vice president of architecture firm Kahler Slater in Milwaukee, he’s pondering that for his own firm’s offices and for those of his clients. Kahler closed its office and asked its about 95 local employees to start working from home on March 17 as a precaution against the pandemic.”
Kahler Slater's Executive Vice President, Glenn Roby, talks about remote working's inability to fulfill our need for personal communication, collaboration, and culture. He also shared his data-informed insights about what people are concerned about as they return to work.
Read the full story here, originally published on Milwaukee Business Journal.