Since the announcement of the Montreal office’s move to the awesome Fabrik8 building, the question on everyone’s lips is How will we mesh telework and in-office work? Let’s see if we can unpack the new telecommuting policy.
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In June, Spiria Montreal will move to a new office space. No worries though. We’re staying in the bustling Mile-Ex neighborhood where artificial intelligence, video game studios and other major IT players mingle so well. In fact, we’re not going far at all: we’re just crossing Jean-Talon Street to the brand-new Fabrik8 building.
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