… it’s going to be very hard on “job creators” who want “face time”. You got to pay extra for that or the best people quit.
What if the Optimal Workweek Is Two Days in the Office, Not Three?
The discontent reflected in the data among those working in the office every day highlights risks that companies take by giving priority to face time and in-office culture over worker preferences for flexibility coming out of the pandemic, says Brian Elliott, executive leader of Future Forum.
“We were kind of shocked that it was as bad as it was,” he says. “It’s going to impact people’s tendency to resign.”