by Bernice Boucher
Some lucky employees have all kinds of options when choosing where to get their work done. Their employers have embraced what I call the “nonterritorial workplace.” It allows employees to work wherever they will be most productive on any given day.
That could be at a satellite office, on another floor of the building where they usually work or in a different building where they can use tools that aren’t available at their main workplace. Members of teams whose co-workers are located in different buildings, cities or even countries might find they are more productive, for brief stretches, if they physically work side by side with them.
In fact, some corporations have so thoroughly embraced a mobile workforce that they no longer assign desks to employees whose work does not require them to sit in the same place every day.
If, on Monday, an employee whose home office is in New Jersey plans to spend the da...(register to read more)
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