20th century conventions of the use of time, such as the 5-day week and the 8-hour day, may soon become anachronisms

'During the next five years, what factors will most influence corporate occupiers on sourcing their property requirement and how will this effect the way in which providers of business space operate?' This was the question set for entrants in the first annual NACORE/Nelson Bakewell student essay competition.

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