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5 Ways COVID-19 Changed Site Selection

Thursday, January 28, 2021

COVID-19 didn’t just upset the established model of corporate site selection in 2020; the global pandemic obliterated it.

Site Selection Magazine’s annual survey of site selection consultants, conducted in late November, revealed five ways in which the global outbreak of coronavirus significantly altered how companies choose their business facility locations:

  1. Instead of people chasing jobs, jobs are now chasing people.

Remember the good old days when everyone checked into the central office each workday and reported for duty? Yeah, neither do we. When the pandemic hit America in early March, worksites around the country began shutting down and the shift to remote work was on.

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