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The Future of Work: Talking with The New York Times

  • Conductor News
  • By Dani Weiss
  • 1 minutes read

Conductor has found that the "sweet spot" of a hybrid schedule allows for both collaboration and flexibility.

Conductor has doubled its real estate since 2021.

In a post-pandemic world, how should companies navigate office schedules? Is remote truly best? In-office? Hybrid?

Speaking to The New York Times about the future of work, Conductor CEO and co-founder Seth Besmertnik has been laser-focused on doing what's best for our company and our customers.

For Conductor, it means three days in the office, two days working from anywhere (plus our two YOLO months, where Conductors are encouraged to work anywhere around the world).

I want to do the right thing for the company in the long term.

Seth Besmertnik, CEO and Co-Founder, Conductor

By striking the right balance, Conductor is able to build a collaborative, yet flexible, environment in which employees thrive and can deliver the best work for our customers.

Learn more about how Conductor and other companies are navigating hybrid work.

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