Swipes from corporate ID, lunchtime orders, subway and train traffic, and traditional polls don’t indicate people are returning to the office in droves

Labor Day marked the end of summer days, which introduced the introduction of school calendars, and this year, the time when management will really begin to have employees return to the office more frequently. For example, half (51%) of companies surveyed in August said they expect workers to use physical offices more, according to a …

Swipes from corporate ID, lunchtime orders, subway and train traffic, and traditional polls don’t indicate people are returning to the office in droves Read More »