44% of Workers Delay Their Return to the Office, One Study Shows

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John Gates, CEO of real estate firm JLL’s American Division, recently shared to the St. Louis Business Journal how the Omicron variant has impacted its employees’ plans to return to the office.

According to a survey conducted by Gartner in December, 44% of respondents had decided continue working remotely a result of Omicron.  22% plan to return at a later date, and another 22% either decreased the number of employees working from the office or re-closed some previously opened offices.

Of the 129 respondents, 34% had yet to make a decision on their return, and 33% said the variant had no impact on their plans on their return.

To read the full business journal report, click here.

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