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With new COVID-19 cases surging nationwide, tech giant Google has delayed its planned return to in-office work. As employees are getting more comfortable working from home, Google — like many businesses — is reconsidering whether the traditional office environment is worth the overhead cost. The company is reportedly considering implementing a "flexible work week" wherein employees would split their work week between their homes and Google's offices — even after the COVID-19 vaccine is rolled out. This New York Times article explains why Google's decision could soon be standard practice across industries.

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