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Is a Widespread Return to Working in the Office on the Horizon?

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was here to stay for good, we started seeing reports of high-profile companies calling employees . While at first, it seemed like just a few sectors, now more companies are publicly explaining their logic behind the necessity for in-person work.

Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook’s parent company, Meta, said that employees who were in person, or who had transitioned to remote from in person, were outperforming employees who joined as a remote worker.

Based on the data, he’s encouraging his team to “find more opportunities to work with your colleagues in person.” Similarly, in January, Starbucks founder and former CEO Howard Schultz issued a statement entitled “Message to Starbucks support partners: Returning to each other and to the office.” He says, “They are asking us to do the transformative work that I believe can only be done effectively when we are physically together—the kind of thinking, daring collaboration, courageous conversations that cannot be done on Teams calls, or in just prescheduled meetings or just as transactions.

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