A new survey of 1,000+ U.S. office workers shows a changing relationship with the office and what that means for the future of work.
In a survey of 1,000+ U.S. office workers, we discovered a workforce fully embracing the flexibility remote work offers and rethinking the value of going back to the office after COVID-19.
That’s not to say people don’t plan to head back to the office. They do. Overwhelmingly, professionals view the office as a critical place to meaningfully connect with colleagues.
We have identified how COVID-19 is profoundly impacting how professionals carry out their workdays — and reshaping expectations about what a return to the office looks like.
A long-sought benefit
Overwhelmingly, people want to go back to the office after COVID-19. But a central concern is losing the newfound flexibility to work remotely.
Seeking a More Intentional Office
Prioritizing productivity over play
Chance encounters with colleagues and in-person meetings are hard to replicate online — and people value these in-office interactions most.
Three Key Takeaways