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Related VideoStill, those 50-64 were most likely to work fully remotely, while those 20-29 were least likely. That means they can afford to be fully remote and might feel really comfortable doing things on their own," Barrero said. So that muscle memory might push them to come in more often than younger workers who embrace hybrid." Indeed, many older workers BI has spoken to are divided on whether they want to be in-office or at home — but they're willing to leave roles that don't cater to their preferences. Do you strongly prefer in-office or remote work?
Persons: , Gen Zers, millennials, Nick Bloom, Alex Finan, Jose Maria Barrero, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo, Barrero, Dennis C, I'm, Charles Bond, they're, Bond Organizations: Service, Business, Employees, Stanford University, Instituto Tecnológico, Business School
Where in the World Are People Back in the Office?
  + stars: | 2023-09-04 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
In London, a politician wrote not-so-subtle notes to remote workers last year, hoping to persuade them to spend more time in the office: “Sorry you were out when I visited,” Jacob Rees-Mogg, then a government minister, recalled writing in messages left on the desks of Cabinet Office staff members who were working from home. When the coronavirus pandemic took hold in 2020, many industries across the world shifted to remote or hybrid work. It was an immense experiment that yielded different results for different cities — with long-term standoffs between executives and workers in some cases, and a sweeping return to the office in others. Whether a person is more likely to do work at a cubicle in a big office tower or on the living room couch now depends on where in the world those cubicles and couches are. Many Asian countries have lower levels of remote work than countries in Europe and North America.
Persons: ” Jacob Rees, Mogg, Jem Kim, videoconference, Autónomo, México Organizations: Sequoia, Stanford, Instituto, Ifo Institute Locations: London, Seoul, San Mateo, Calif, Europe, North America, Britain, Canada, United States
New York CNN —Some big-name employers are signaling they will get tough on enforcing their return-to-office mandates after Labor Day. It’s hard to say whether such moves by well-known companies signal a broader trend of employers getting serious about enforcing RTO policies. Meanwhile, one study suggests the hours employees spend at work on the days they do go in may be changing. The state of enforcementFor all the various data and research that seeks to capture the reality and impact of hybrid work policies, it’s hard to find nationally representative, statistically significant samplings of HR executives detailing their organization’s return-to-office policies or enforcement strategies. For example, the HR team at Gartner, which helps clients design and implement workplace policies, did a live poll survey of 225 of its HR clients during a webinar on May 31.
Persons: Andy Jassy, unaddressed, haven’t, webinar, Organizations: New, New York CNN, Labor, Amazon, Meta, Business, Merck, Kastle, Kastle Systems, Survey, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo, Stanford University, The University of Chicago, Gartner, Locations: New York, Kastle, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico
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