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Reimagining the Office

Why an active workspace is good for business

VARIDESK CEO Jason McCann says employees need to get out of their cubes and move around. It was 50 years ago that U.S. workers first moved into cubicle-filled office spaces. While cube farms have become the symbol of a stagnant office, they were originally designed to actually encourage worker flexibility and collaboration – two ideas that VARIDESK, a

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