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Employees eye return to work; health, career promotions among top concerns
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Despite growing concerns about the delta variant of the coronavirus, 96% of employees are making plans to return to the office in some capacity, according to a new report by Glassdoor.
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About 66% of employees reported feeling eager to return after spending over a year in their makeshift home offices, according to Glassdoor's return-to-office survey.
Many employees are looking forward to the days when they can reconnect with their company and colleagues.
Over the course of the pandemic, about 27% of employees reported feeling less connected to their coworkers, while 26% felt far removed from their company’s culture, according to the data. About 31% were more likely to even quit their jobs.
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About 43% of workers are eager to socialize with coworkers in person, while 35% are looking forward to being able to collaborate with colleagues in person once again.
Others, however, may still need a little convincing – although free office perks are one way to get them back in the door, according to Glassdoor.