Today I believe you could and should be able to work anywhere. Where do most organizations have employees work? What's working, what's not?


Home Office58%


Restaurants, Coffee House2%

Company Office | Open Office Concept12%

Company Office | Closed Office Concept3%


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Director in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Our company has a requirement you must be in the office. It started about 6 years ago. We’ve been remote during COVID but they have made it clear that once it’s safe it’s 100% back in the office or face termination

I think it will backfire with those under 35 years of age departing ASAP.

Prior to COVID it primarily pushed older workers into retirement who did have work from home approved and had relocated. Once that was revoked, a lot of older workers departed.

I think now the under 35 year old expect at least partial remote work so it will be difficult to recruit 2022 and beyond unless the policy changes

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