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The coronavirus pandemic up-ended much of the way the world as we knew it earlier this year. This included massive societal changes including the way we interact with each other, our employers and the retail entities with which we do business.

Before the pandemic, only 29% of employees worked from home, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. At the height of the pandemic in April, 66% reported working from home, according to Small Business Trends. Some interesting statistics reported by the Society for Human Resource Management about the new trend of working from home include:

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