Dogs in the office? Paw-sible. Pet ownership soared during the pandemic and workplaces are responding to changing employee needs

Dogs in the office? Paw-sible. Pet ownership soared during the pandemic and workplaces are responding to changing employee needs

Who let the dogs in? In-person work is back at many GTA offices and employers are responding to shifting needs in the workplace. A significant change in the pandemic was that a whopping 10 per cent of Canadians got pets between June 2020 and June 2021.

Go to full article: https://www.thestar.com/business/2022/04/22/dogs-in-the-office-paw-sible-pet-ownership-soared-during-the-pandemic-and-workplaces-are-responding-to-changing-employee-needs.html

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