Throughout the pandemic, many workers have said they’d quit if employers forced them back to the office. In March, Robert Half, a global recruiting firm, released a survey that revealed 50% of US workers would rather resign than be forced back to the office full-time.
Return-to-office plans have been a can many companies have kept kicking down the road, but the road has finally come to a dead end, forcing both companies and workers to react. And, in many cases, they don’t seem to be on the same page.
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