Holland to Make Remote Work the Law. This May Backfire

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Employees who worked at home during the pandemic shutdowns seem loath to come back to the office. At the same time, companies want people to come back. The Pew Research Foundation found that 61 percent of the people working from home were doing so by choice–not because there wasn’t an office to go to.

On the other hand, Microsoft found that 50 percent of companies want their employees to return to the office full-time. There’s a clear clash between what people want and what senior leadership wants.

At least one government is listening.

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