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The Workplace Leader
Jun 16, 2022
65: Special #2 on the LEGO workplace symposium
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In the second part of our special around the LEGO workplace symposium we are tuning into the group exchanges on the two hot topics of the “Why” of workplace transformation and friction points in hybrid work.
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