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Return to work

Develop a back-to-work strategy that meets your goals while also addressing employee 
safety concerns, the need for increased flexibility, and much-missed collaboration.

 
 
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Return to work: FAQ

Employees want to return to the office, but not full-time. Up to 76% of employees express the growing need for flexibility about where they work. Most of the employers are onboard with this trend: 82% of company leaders worldwide intend to allow at least a few days of remote work per week.

This really depends on who you ask. Some people like it more remotely, others prefer hoing to an office. This is precisely why hybrid work models are generally considered to be the future of work, as they allow everyone to be flexible when it comes to the location they choose to work from.

Most likely, work from home will continue in 2022 as well. With new COVID-19 variants emerging and with many states and private enterprises wanting to guard employee health and safety, remote work will continue to be an option in many cases. Even more, the general expectation is that even after the COVID-19 pandemic, companies will still allow employees to work in a hybrid work model which entails a combination of in-office and remote work.

There are a few ways to promote the office as a place that employees want to be. With a successful return to work plan, based on trust and mutual understanding, you can provide your employees with a work environment that appeals to them. Here are some things you can do if you want to encourage employees to come to the office:

  • Offer hybrid work
  • Increase employee autonomy
  • Equip the office with employee-centric technology
  • Adapt to the post-pandemic workplace

Everyone has their reasons they want to return to office. However, as a general rule, most people want to return to office because it allows them to have a clearly delimited life-work structure. Secondly, a lot of employees find the human, face-to-face interactions that happen in an office to be more productive and more mentally healthy than those that happen over video meetings. Last, but not least, some employees feel they would be more productive if they were offered the option to alternate between office work and remote work.

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