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What do workers want when returning to the office?

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IF GIVEN THE CHOICE BETWEEN BEING FULLY REMOTE OR IN-OFFICE EVERY DAY, MORE THAN HALF (54%) OF PEOPLE PREFER GOING IN, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH.

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A RECENT SURVEY OF 2,000 OFFICE WORKERS FOUND THREE-QUARTERS OF RESPONDENTS SAID THEY ACTUALLY ENJOY WORKING FROM THE OFFICE (76%).

MOST RESPONDENTS (69%) HAVE SPENT SOME TIME WORKING AT HOME OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS AND ABOUT THE SAME NUMBER (72%) SAY THEIR PHYSICAL SURROUNDINGS IMPACT THEIR PRODUCTIVITY/ENERGY LEVELS WHILE WORKING.

CONDUCTED BY ONEPOLL ON BEHALF OF INDUSTRIOUS, SURVEY RESULTS ALSO SHOW EMPLOYEES PREFER TO UTILIZE THE OFFICE WHEN HOSTING CLIENT MEETINGS (86%) AND COLLABORATING WITH TEAMS (62%). 

SURPRISINGLY, WORKERS ALSO LIKE HEADING IN WHEN DOING SOLO WORK (59%) OR CREATIVE PROJECTS (57%).

THERE ARE ALSO ASPECTS THEY DON’T HAVE AT HOME, LIKE ACCESS TO PRINTERS AND SCANNERS (31%), THEIR COLLEAGUES/COWORKERS (26%) AND THEIR WORK COMPUTER SETUP (23%).

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