Managers May Fire People Who Don’t Return To Office

77% of managers would take action if workers do not come back to the office, and 2-thirds of U.S. and U.K. workers who experienced more work flexibility during the pandemic want employers to prioritize work-life balance moving forward.

The hybrid model may be the future for many organizations, but they will have to work at creating a healthy culture that supports different types of roles and employees

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