Nearly half of workers say they’d quit over full-time return-to-office mandates, according to a recent analysis. But is that a plausible consequence of such mandates? Let’s break this down.
The Number of Remote Workers
While numbers are a little sketchy and constantly in flux, the Labor Department released numbers indicating in August through September last year, 72.5% of employers had employees who rarely or never worked remotely, compared to 60.1% roughly two years ago..
But that doesn’t tell us much because that question is about the number of employers, not the number of employees. A multibillion-dollar company with 45,000 employees counts the same