Pandemic’s impact on U.S. productivity may be a wash, research shows

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By Howard Schneider JACKSON, Wyo. (Reuters) – The coronavirus pandemic touched off a scramble among U.S. firms and households to adapt their work lives and business models, with work-from-home arrangements and teleconferencing tools boosting what some employees could do, and new technology helping even the smallest cafes do more with less. But the crisis also brought a wave of inefficiency in the form of snarled supply chains, time and money spent on cleaning and health management, and hiring difficulties that still keep some businesses below capacity. The net result of all the tumult may, it …

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