Worker Preferences and Priorities Have Shifted

For starters, there have been changes in worker preferences and priorities.
Not surprising, after a year or more of working from home, many employees are comfortable with remote work. Research from Boston Consulting Group (BCG), The Network, and Appcast finds that, if given a choice, 35% of U.S. employees surveyed want to work completely remote, while 50% want a combination of remote and on-site. 
Only 14% of people surveyed want to work completely on-site. Contrast this with the pre-pandemic “workplace,” when only 16% of U.S. employees surveyed worked completely remote, 20% worked a combination of remote and on-site, and 64% of people surveyed worked completely on-site.

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