Federal workers are feeling pressure to return to the office. That's a bad idea
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According to a government report, 17 out of 24 federal agencies have used on average 25% or less of the capacity of their headquarters buildings, indicating that remote work has become a part of federal employees' work life.
According to a July 2023 Government Accountability Office report, '17 of the 24 federal agencies used on average an estimated 25 percent or less of the capacity of their headquarters buildings.'
The Office of Personnel Management's annual report states that 62% of federal agency leaders consider telework as part of their continuity of operations plans, emphasizing its importance as a tool for talent recruitment and retention in the federal government.
According to a recently released annual report from the Office of Personnel Management, which manages the civil service of the federal government, 62% of federal agency leaders emphasize telework as part of their continuity of operations plans - a federal initiative to ensure that agencies are able to continue performance of essential functions in case of disruption.
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