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Do You Need to Pack In Your Employees?

Among the many challenges fast-growing companies face, how to accommodate new head count in the available space is a big one. Consider tossing out the cubicles, some CFOs say.

December 13, 2011

Your company is growing. Actually, "growing" is a pretty tepid word for what's going on. You doubled your head count this year, and expect the same number of new folks on board next year. Where are you going to put them? Read more...

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