Why you should rethink return-to-office mandates

Posted: 24th May 2024

Many employees prefer remote work and are more productive, though it requires some creative leadership.

This March, four years after many businesses began to operate remotely in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dell announced to its workforce that any employee who wants a promotion must start working in person. This message followed announcement from IBM in January, that managers should begin reporting in person or plan to leave their roles. Managers in companies across sectors have been continuously reducing remote work as public health restrictions faded over the past few years, reflecting a desire to return to the traditional, in-person work models. 

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