The vast majority of employers have a tentative date to return workers back to the office, according to a new Aon survey. The professional services firm surveyed thousands of employers in the U.S. and globally and found a host of COVID-19-related changes in the workplace. The survey also found that 52% of companies said employees will return onsite in Q3.
What it means to HR leaders
The stat indicates that employers are eager for workers to come back into the office—even when other data overwhelmingly finds that employees, for the most part, don’t want to go back.
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