Executives and workers prefer a mix of remote and in-person work, but PwC surveys find leaders favor more frequent office time.
Most people who have been working from home during the pandemic want to continue doing so at least some of the time.
Many have never seen their company's office or met their co-workers in person.
You might save on commuting and buying clothes, but upgrading your living space to make working from home feasible can be costly.
We’ve all had to improvise to maintain our connections with colleagues, our sources and other human beings.
How should companies compensate their employees' work-from-home costs?
Businesses in tech, finance, insurance and law are planning to let employees WFH after the pandemic ends.