As more and more workplaces pause or end the expectation of three days a week in the office, a large-scale return may never be on the horizon.
Using local guidelines, many companies are loosening Covid safety rules, leaving workers to navigate masking and social distancing on their own.
Antsy executives have a message for their employees: Plans to return to in-person work are real this time.
C.E.O.s are trained to “shoot, move and communicate.” But the pandemic has called on them to rewrite the leadership playbook.
Finance employees who couldn’t imagine working from home before the pandemic are now reluctant to return to the office. Their bosses can’t figure out how to bring them back.
It is a delicate decision balancing employee health and personal privacy. Some companies are sidestepping the issue by offering incentives to those who get shots.