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While much of the world spent the better part of the past year in some form of lockdown, Taiwan’s 23 million residents lived almost virus-free. They went to baseball games and navigated crowded night markets. Schools didn’t close. Neither did offices.
Almost everywhere else, companies had to put their contingency plans to the test. In many cases, that turned out to mean not only technical support for newly remote workers but more flexible attitudes about business hours and greater awareness of the personal and family needs that compete for workers’ time and energy. 

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