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Sunday Scaries and the very first day back: The Return Podcast, episode 2

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Atlanta-advertising company Fitzco has actually formally gone back to the workplace. That 3rd Tuesday in February was something like the very first day of school– vibrant balloons, reuniting with old buddies and the sensation of a new beginning in the air.

But that first-day-of-school sensation follows 2 years of worry and loss and the irritating feeling that things will not ever be the exact same and the future of being a staff member, or a company, is quite unsure.

In the 2nd episode of The Return, senior marketing press reporter and host Kimeko McCoy signs up with the Fitzco personnel for their very first day back to in-person, in-office work. After 2 years apart, the firm faces stress and anxiety and enjoyment, brand-new Covid-19 security procedures and even a couple of technological missteps.

Digiday is happy to present The Return, a podcast about the marketing market as it faces going back to the workplace in a worldwide pandemic that has actually required society to reassess the really concept of work.

In 4 episodes, The Return follows Atlanta-based ad agency Fitzco as the business goes back to the workplace after a 2 year-pandemic hiatus, addressing concerns about Covid-19 security procedures in the middle of each new age of the infection. It will likewise take a look at business culture, the push to alter the future of work and what real work-life balance appears like.

The Return is hosted by McCoy and produced by Digiday audio manufacturer Sara Patterson. Register for the Digiday podcast now on Apple Podcasts, or anywhere you get your podcasts.

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