Reports and Surveys | September 22, 2021
Organizations of all sizes went remote during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now many have postponed returning to the workplace due to virus variants. Recent constant workforce changes serve as a reminder to avoid using HR approaches that are decades old when dealing with new generations of employees that organizations need to recruit and retain.
Segal surveyed over 500 Americans and learned almost the same percentage of people are eager to return to the office as those that are not.
The survey shows that returning to the office is complicated. Consider: What do people dread about returning to the workplace? What do people enjoy about spending time with colleagues that needs to be replicated? Once you know the answers to these questions, then you can address the issues effectively.
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