‘It isn’t our normal way of working’: Coronavirus outbreak tests limits of remote work in Seattle area
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‘It isn’t our normal way of working’: Coronavirus outbreak tests limits of remote work in Seattle area

By Michelle Baruchman 
Seattle Times Traffic Lab engagement editor

For the past five years, Craig Davenport has left his home in Mukilteo by 5:30 a.m. weekdays to beat Interstate 405 traffic on his way to his architecture firm in Bellevue.

These days Davenport sleeps a little later and makes a shorter commute — to his dining-room table. The 24 employees at his firm, MZA Architecture, are working from home under rules that aim to control the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Elected officials and public health experts encouraged companies to make remote work an option weeks before Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday ordered everyone but those in essential businesses to stay home…

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