Finding a sense of purpose in returning to the office

For most organizations the time of return to office (RTO) has arrived, whether it’s fully in-person or a hybrid working arrangement.

Yet while polls consistently show that most employees want to work at least part of the week in the office, the execution of this return often leaves a lot to be desired. This results in a difficult transition, and in the worst case drives resignations.

So, what’s the problem? Why aren’t employees happy returning to the office.

The biggest issue is that the average workplace hasn’t really changed since before the pandemic, and that both policy and the physical working environment often fail to deliver an employee experience that meets expectations for the people who have worked through the past few years.


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