Price Waterhouse found employers want employees to return to the office faster than employees. According to a survey by Flexjobs, a virtual job listing site, almost 60 percent of employees say they would quit their job if forced to return.
And who can blame them? Commutes mean lost personal time, expenses, and a return to making lunches at 6 a.m.
Besides, from your staffs’ point of view, the work is getting done.
Yet, you know differently.
Working from home only decreases spontaneous camaraderie, creativity, and cross-learning. In 2013, when Yahoo brought people back to the office, a company memo explained, “Some of the best decisions and insights come from hallway and cafeteria discussions, meeting new people and impromptu team meetings.”
You seek a happy middle ground. You want to tap the advantages of work from home and to recapture a team spirit, the value of working together and to keep your talent pipeline attractive.
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