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Just 1 in 10 companies expect all employees to return to the office

Por: NBC News Business January 27, 2021

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Only about 1 in 10 companies expect all employees to return to their pre-pandemic work arrangements, according to a new survey.The National Association for Business Economics found that just 11 percent of survey respondents expect all staff members at their companies to return eventually. Around 65 percent of companies have allowed most or all of their staff members to work from home during the pandemic, and about half of respondents said they... + full article



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