It used to be folks would only express their wacky opinions with a few other ne'er-do-wells when sitting at the bar (Beer Hall Putsch anyone?), but now the entire world is one big bar filled with wackos.
We live next to an elementary school and during holidays we miss hearing the little dears running around screaming their heads off during playtime.
The noise/laughter is only really between (about) 9am and 4pm and it brightens up our day.
No. But employers will soon be switching to other systems because (Ta-Da!) it will be cheaper for them to do so.
Why rent 12,000 square meters of expensive office space in a fancy building in The City when you can get by with 2,000?
"Rush" hours have occurred because of the fact that many people converged on a limited area, call it a city, in order to "work" for a "standard" work day, say 9am to 5pm.
Covid has proven that working from home, or perhaps satellite offices, is do-able for a substantial percentage of workers...