In a post-pandemic workplace, one topic on which many employers and workers cannot agree is how to create return-to-office (RTO) policies that suit both the company's and its employees' needs.

In March, MyPerfectResume published the 2024 Return to Office Survey, which polled more than 4,200 U.S. workers on their feelings about returning to onsite work. The results shed light on what employees think are the motivations behind the newly formed RTO mandates and made it clear that it might be harder for companies to return to pre-pandemic "business as usual" practices than they initially thought.

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