Most Employees Want Some In-Office Working Time Versus Fully Remote

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Most employees prefer to spend some time in an office (83%) over being fully remote, according to a new Clutch survey of 503 full-time employees. Why? In-office work helps employees collaborate with coworkers and feel included in the company’s culture.

“Most work-from-home employees I know enjoy knowing there is a spot, even if not a designated spot, for them at the office when needed,” said Bethany Babcock, owner of Foresite Commercial Real Estate, a commercial real estate brokerage firm in Texas. “The alternative sends the message that you belong at home, not here, and this isn’t your office.”

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