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Cybersecurity firm Check Point asks public to help plan post-COVID office

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Israeli cybersecurity firm Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. has launched a competition for architects, designers, students or anyone with a great idea, to help it design the office of the post-COVID future. The prize for the winning entry will be $15,000.

The firm’s global headquarters is a 30,000 square meter building that, pre-pandemic, served 2,400 employees as well as thousands of visitors from Israel and abroad. After the pandemic struck, the firm changed its way of work, and in the past months it has allowed all of its employees to work in hybrid mode — partially from home and partially from the office.

Now, with the pandemic lingering and with most of the workers preferring the hybrid mode to the office-only status that existed before the virus hit, the company has come to the realization that the current work model will be the new normal — and is thus looking for inspiration as to how its office spaces should be redesigned to accommodate the new needs.

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“COVID has changed the nature of the workplace, and post-COVID, we understand that we........

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