Reporters Navigate Remote-Work Challenges During Pandemic


Creative Loafing Tampa Bay moved into a new office last December. Editor-in-chief Ray Roa was on paternity leave while the other employees settled into an open-concept work floor with tall ceilings, exposed bricks and natural light. They’d enjoy yoga classes and team bonding experiences in the office’s event hall, CL Space, which also acts as a main revenue source as it can host up to 200-person gatherings.

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