Work from home post pandemic coverage from NBC News
“For the most part, companies that are able to provide work-from-home are doing so and are continuing to do so,” said Andrew Challenger, senior vice president of the executive outplacement and coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Challenger said his conversations with human resources executives indicated a reluctance to mandate a return to the office while the virus is still circulating and parts of the country face surges. In some cases, local or state lockdowns, school and day care closings or restrictions on building capacities also limit employers’ options.
“For the most part, companies that are able to provide work-from-home are doing so & are continuing to do so,” said @AndyChallengeHR
Just 1 in 10 companies expect all employees to return to the office https://t.co/jrWwT3V5mV via @nbcnews #WFH #postcovid
— ChallengerGray (@ChallengerGray) January 27, 2021