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What will Idaho’s offices look like in the future? BoiseDev event considers all the angles

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For more than a month, tens of thousands of Idahoans traded busy office places for their homes.

But in coming days and weeks, some of those employees will return to traditional places of work. But how that looks and works won’t be the same as it might have been before.

BoiseDev and Business Interiors of Idaho teamed up to produce a live town hall event Wednesday to talk through some of the things business owners and mangers will need to think about. Alison Johnson from Holland and Hart, Kelly Parziale from SERVPRO of Boise, Jill Sulgrove from BII and Dr. Tommy Ahlquist from BVA joined the virtual panel, with questions from viewers.

From sanitation, employee health, legal implications and more, the panel went through a thorough discussion on the topic.

You can watch a replay here.

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Don Day
Don is the founder and editor of BoiseDev. He is a National Edward R. Murrow Award winner and a Stanford University John S. Knight Fellow.

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