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Corporate America Wants Workers To Return To The Office: Infographics

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Since Covid-19 restrictions eased, many U.S. firms called upon largely reluctant employees to return to work from the office several days a week.

Some U.S. corporate leaders believe productivity is better when employees share an office with several issuing staff, who have been working from home since the Covid-19 pandemic began, with return-to-office mandates.

Meta has recently encouraged staff to come into the office again, although it hasn’t been specified for how long. It joins the likes of Amazon, Starbucks, and Disney, who have all asked employees to return to their desks in 2023.

In most cases, the staff is not enthused, with some even starting petitions to try and reverse the decisions, far preferring their improved quality of life not having to commute to work.

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