While companies push to return to their offices, employees would rather stay at home, according to a new global survey from Insider.
This gap between companies and employees shows up when it comes to who makes decisions about working models, who is consulted during the decision-making process, and how the new rules of the workplace are enforced.
Insider readers from the United States, Mexico, France, Spain, Poland, and South Africa participated in an online survey that asked for their feelings about returning to the office.
Many employees in all countries — especially the USA and South Africa — prefer not to work at the office for even a single day a week, the survey found.
An important element for many more employees who took the survey was having the ability to decide on the number of days at their office based on their own preferences and work needs.
No matter the country, respondents said that most …