Top Companies Push Post-Labor Day Return to Office

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During the more than two years that the COVID-19 pandemic blanketed the U.S. economic landscape, millions of workers were able to work in remote or hybrid arrangements. But now, as the COVID pall has lifted, some Fortune 100 companies — including Disney, Apple, and Tesla — are expecting their employees to work more days in the office after the Labor Day holiday weekend concludes.

This move is creating controversy in corporate boardrooms, with company executives debating the actual value and effect of the remote and hybrid models that have become the norm.

In the coming weeks and months, employers and their employees will have to make decisions that will have significant implications on the future of work, said Roger Martin, business analyst and former dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.


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