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The RTO Argument: Is In-Person Work Worth It?

See how organizations can encourage employees to return to in-person work.

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The best workplaces are realistic and flexible about return-to-office policies

As organizations continue to navigate and revise their policies and procedures in a post-pandemic world, there’s one question that looms large: How can the return-to-office (RTO) movement be seen as not just tolerable but truly “worth it” for employees?

of all workers (remote-capable and not) have expressed a desire to work less than half of the time in the office.
of workers have said they would consider quitting if they were forced to return to the office full time.

Despite these sentiments, most organizations are going to great lengths to convince employees to return to in-person work due to the value that face-to-face interaction provides. So how do organizations not only entice but excite employees about coming back into the office?

In this white paper, you’ll learn about the numerous benefits of in-person work, understand how organizations can create productive, successful RTO policies that make employees happy, and discover ways to reinvent the in-office experience.