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‘We’re on a slow train back’: Agencies, long proud of their office culture, prepare for remote work as the norm

Last week, Tennessee governor Bill Lee lifted the state’s stay at home order but Knoxville, Tenn. -based independent agency The Tombras Group isn’t opening its doors yet. The shop, which has more than 300 employees, won’t be heading back to its headquarters at all in May, according to CEO Alice Matthews, who added that the agency will reassess where it is at in early June and that when they do go back it will be a phased approach where they reevaluate how they are doing every two weeks.   The Tombras Group is one of a number of agencies across the country working to figure out how and when to bring agency employees back to their various offices. Agency leaders and executives are unsure when that will be but most expect to get back to office spaces later this summer or early this fall. Doing so will vary.

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