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  • Writer's pictureAmi Kassar

AmiSight 8/4: The Battle to Come Back to the Office

A recent WSJ article talks about how top-tier executives are emerging as leaders in resisting the five-day office week push. These executives are often top performers, and their presence significantly shapes company culture and attendance policies.

The survey found that the largest share of employees who strongly preferred remote work were those earning more than $150,000, particularly in white-collar sectors like finance and professional services.

Overall, the research shows that top-tier executives, who are influential within their organizations, are pushing for continued flexibility in work arrangements, and remote work has become a critical factor in attracting and retaining top talent.

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