The new coronavirus’s spread in America has prompted corporations to close offices, factories and stores, sending tens of millions of people home, where a swath of the workforce—from customer-service representatives to chief executive officers—have had to figure out new ways to work.

A San Francisco apparel maker’s CEO has spent hours taking business calls in a Toyota Tacoma outside his home. A Seattle technology company chief spends the first five minutes of her remote staff meetings asking employees to describe their states…

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