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Just 6 out of 158 U.S. CEOs said they'll prioritize bringing workers back to the office full-time in 2024, according to a new survey released by the Conference Board.
Maintain hybrid work, was cited as a priority by 27% of the U.S. CEOs who responded to the survey.
Executives are increasingly resigned to a world where employees don't come in every day, as hybrid work arrangements - mixing work from home and in-office - become the norm for knowledge workers.
Remote work appears likely to be the most persistent economic legacy of the pandemic, write Goldman Sachs economists in a recent note.