Nearly 90% of CEOs Likely to Offer Rewards to Employees Returning to Office

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Workers who return to the office might be in for a leg up over their remote counterparts, according to a new survey of CEOs.

In a recent study conducted by KPMG, the vast majority of global CEOs (87%) say they are likely to offer rewards for employees who decide to come into the office. These rewards could include “favorable assignments, raises or promotions.”

KPMG’s CEO Outlook Survey of 1,325 chief executives also found that 64% believe that a full, pre-pandemic-style return to the office is only three years away.

RTO policies, especially mandates, have sparked intense debate across the working

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