The Philadelphia Business Journal recently published an article titled, “Employee preferences on remote work are taking a surprising turn.” The article discusses a change in employees’ attitudes towards remote work over the past four years since the pandemic began. According to Resume Builder data, 40% of full-time employees now prefer working fully in-person, with 32% favoring a hybrid model. This shift aligns with evolving CEO sentiments, with more executives anticipating a return to the office. Stacie Haller from Resume Builder emphasizes the need for adaptable approaches to accommodate varying preferences.

Among those preferring hybrid work, 41% desire to work in-person three days a week, indicating a desire for balance. Previous findings showed that fully in-office workers experienced more stress and less job satisfaction compared to remote and hybrid workers.

Reasons for preferring in-person work include social interactions and clearer work-life boundaries, while remote work is valued for its flexibility and lack of commute. Experts advise companies to seek feedback from employees when devising flexible work strategies to maintain morale and avoid challenges associated with strict return mandates.

To read the Philadelphia Business journal article, click here!

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