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How Major Companies are Returning to the Office (and Useful Resources)

i4cp research shows that by fall 2021, the majority of companies within the U.S. will have reopened offices, with workplaces in other regions and countries opening based on local conditions. 

But decisions regarding returning to the office and work models going forward present a new set of challenges for leaders. Many are grappling with balancing the desire to have employees interacting in-person and onsite with the preferences and expectations of those employees who want continuing flexible working arrangements, such as hybrid work models.

Return to the office decisions and policies that have been made public so far have differed from one company to another as have the varying reactions on the part of workers. The following stories, examples, and considerations related to return to the office strategies and policies are being curated by i4cp's research team to assist leaders in their planning for 2021 and beyond (we'll add more over time): 

Companies That Have Announced Their Intentions to Offer More WFH Opportunities (updated daily) 

Need help developing your return to office strategy?

Download i4cp's Return to the Workplace Checklist (updated Q1 2021) for key things to consider, and attend our From Cube to Cloud Research Reveal webinar on June 23 to hear i4cp's recommendations on flexible work and other work model ideas.

Return to work checklist