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2021-01-21 12:00:22| Fast Company

In the retail sector, an astonishing 93% of workers said they took on new responsibilities, according to a new survey from Airtable. The coronavirus pandemic led to some massive shifts in the workplace in 2020–with 2021 looking to be a continuation of that for at least the first half of the year. Work from home is the new normal for many people. However, an interesting new report out from Airtable examined how various workplace changes impacted one sector specifically in 2020: retail.Read Full Story

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