Empty offices? It’s time to fix that.
Executives are responsible for offering employees flexibility while also maintaining a strong company culture. That begs the question: How do you get employees to come into the office without directives or mandates?
Robin set out to find the answers by surveying over 350 full time employees. Turns out, employees like coming into the office, they just need the right incentives. One of the main drivers? Other people.
- 64% of respondents were more likely to come into the office if they knew their team would be there.
- 40% of people prefer face time with leadership over other perks, like parking stipends.
- 70% of employees say they enjoy their time in the office or are indifferent to remote work.
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