Report: Millions of Americans are embracing permanent remote work

With many employers considering a hybrid model, or a full return to in-person work, will these concessions be enough to stay competitive for top talent?

Just how permanent is the shift to remote work?

There have been many opinions expressed about the viability of long-term remote work. Twitter and Reddit have fully embraced a remote model for employees who aren’t required to do their jobs in-person (such as server maintenance). Other companies such as Microsoft are floating a hybrid model, where employees might come into the office a couple times a week for meetings.

Other leaders, like Netflix’s Reed Hastings, have said that remote work has been mostly a negative experience for employees, leading to a loss of creativity, productivity and workplace culture.

But what do employees really want? And what should companies do to stay competitive for top talent?

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