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Zooming Back to the Office

Why are we all heading back to the office? Covid blooming? Maybe zoom is losing its appeal?

I’m not all that fond of the idea of going back to a cube in an office after several years of efficient work-from-home. I’m not sure I understand the value proposition of the leadership that wants butts in seats again. I’m imagining the reasons for ordering your workforce back to your cubes have more to do with tax abatements…




We’re being asked to come back to the office. But leadership knows we’ll be less efficient, less happy. Why are we going back to our cube farm?

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John McElhenney

John McElhenney

John McElhenney is an author, life coach, and musician who lives in Austin, Texas. He’s best known for his single dad blog, The Whole Parent. (

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