Survey Identifies Disconnect Between Phoenix Employers and Workers on Coming Back to the Office

After two years of remote work, Phoenix companies say they want staff back on-site full time, however workers say they’d rather quit than return to the office full time.

According to a new survey from Robert Half, as COVID-19 restrictions continue to loosen, Phoenix senior managers said they will require their teams to work:

  • Fully in-office: 73%
  • Hybrid of in-office and remote: 12%
  • Where employees decide: 14%

A separate survey of more than 1,000 professionals found that 50% of workers would quit if required to return to the office full time. Among those, working parents (55%) and millennials (65%) are most likely to look for a new job if required to return to the office full time.

With companies still recovering from the great resignation and labor shortages, shifting to a hybrid work model can be the solution to not only attract but also retain top talent. A future of work expert can discuss the benefits of embracing remote work moving forward, guidance to workers on navigating return to the office conversations and the overall state of the workplace in Phoenix.

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