Most US companies expect remote employees to return to the office when the pandemic ends, a Society for Human Resource Management and Oxford Economics survey says, but an inflexible approach could cause employees to look elsewhere. Companies can maintain a remote workforce in the long term by reviewing the costs of keeping an office open, revising expectations for remote workers and reviewing such processes every year, writes Megan Shroy, who has run remote-based Approach Marketing for a decade.
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