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Despite office usage seeing a decent rebound, the analysis notes that vacancies in major cities like New York City and San Francisco are still climbing up.
Pay remains a pillar of attracting and retaining top talent, but flexibility has emerged as a top priority for employees in the past few years.
The analysis showed that 38% of Manhattan office workers are back in the office some of the time, but that number may jump to 49% by Labor Day.
“The most talented people are everywhere now…they’re getting so distributed that if you limit your talent pool to community radius, you’re probably at a disadvantage.”
Working remotely means more than just being in the office or home: now people are taking advantage of this newfound freedom to work from anywhere.
Anywhere Workers cited cost of living, career opportunities for their family, and reliable internet connection as top priorities for a work location.
For those who work from a desk, finding time to exercise can be a struggle. FlexiSpot created a solution; the Sit2Go Fitness Chair is an office chair combined with an ...
To make the post-pandemic office return more enticing, many CEOs are taking a new approach: providing choice.
While Brian Chesky says he’s not sure what Airbnb’s offices will look like, he is interested in being “innovative in the office and workplace design of the future.”
According to a study from Alliance virtual offices, hybrid workers made an average of 23% more than remote workers and 12% more than in-office workers.