Are you being asked to evaluate possible return-to-work policies? How are you approaching this?

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Director of Finance, Self-employed
Yes, we use surveys and interviews to take the temp check. We also evaluate productivity indexes also to make sure we are making the right decisions.
Director of Finance in Consumer Goods, 10,001+ employees
Our vertical leaders are evaluating hybrid model to save to real estate and overheads cost. We will be formulating a policy with help of a consulting firm.
VP of Finance in Healthcare and Biotech, 501 - 1,000 employees
We are approaching it with our functional leaders from  a company culture perspective. When they have created a proposal we will include a financial review. There will be a lot of stakeholder engagement to make sure we are equitable within teams.
India Head and Director of Global Finance Shared Services in Hardware, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
Yes, we are exploring various options of working from office. These options are: 
1. All team members working from office on fixed days. 2. Some Team members coming to office on certain days and other team members of same team for remaining days on their preferred days. 3. Some customer facing roles have to work from office on all days. 
So, these kinds of options are being put in place for different teams based on business requirements. 

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