As companies prepare to move beyond COVID, we’re researching how teams are thinking about transitioning to in-person, hybrid, or remote work.
This is an evergreen blog post that we’ll gradually update with our findings and links to research. For now, it’s just a list of resources. To add, drop me a note on Twitter.
Main ask: Fill out and share the Office Reopening Plans Survey
Useful public reports
- Post-pandemic, we expect to see the remote or decentralized share to nearly double to 36%.
- For companies with physical offices, two or three-day office work weeks will become the norm.
- Employees will demand greater control.
- Flexibility will vary by job function.
- COVID-19 and the unintended consequences of the rapid, global shift toward remote work have contributed to imbalances in well-being and access to opportunity.
- A majority of companies have allowed at least some employees to permanently relocate away from their previously designated office.
- A majority of companies expect to be back in the office by Q3 2021.
- 52% of U.S. Workers would prefer a hybrid model.
- Post COVID, British employees want to retain WFH for about two days a week, but there is a huge variation in preferences. This is going to cause headaches for employers.