The Age of Predominant Remote Work Comes to a Close

This week on The JSA Blog, we’re sharing some news based on what we are seeing in the current marketplace.

As we turn the page into 2024, it may be time for workers to get used to a “new normal” yet again. Although the pandemic ushered in an era of predominant remote work, almost 4 years later we find ourselves at another turning point. Recent surveys suggest that in 2024, fully remote work policies are coming to an end. On the other end of the spectrum, the study also shows that most employers have given up on trying to get employees in the office 100% of the time as well.

So where does that leave workers in 2024? It seems that perhaps the age of hybrid work may be here for good. According to consulting group EY’s recent survey, 99% of companies that participated in the survey said they expect employees in the office at least two days a week. 80% of companies said they will require people to be in the office three times a week.

If the percentages represented in this recent survey prove to be true, it seems that we have finally found a landing spot and consensus on how and where people get work done in 2024.

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