Data Delve into Employee Preference for Remote Work

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Employer and employee attitudes and expectations with respect to remote work have changed dramatically since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting widespread shift to working from home. Initially, many workers and employers had the expectation that the changes would be brief and temporary—perhaps a few weeks before everyone returned to the office.

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Now, a year into the pandemic, many are questioning whether they will ever go back to the pre-COVID office setting. Indeed, many companies have even eliminated large amounts of office space, assuming their long-term need has diminished.

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