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The majority of employers are pushing for a return to the office despite the benefits workers cite in remote and hybrid working.

Odds are you are reading this from your home office or from your couch with your tablet in hand. That’s because new data from Poly, an audio/video technology company, shows that 63% of employees are still resisting returning to an office.

The company surveyed 5,000 U.S. employees and found that a strong majority (72%) of employees agree that their employers can do a better job to create a uniform experience between people who work at home and those that are returning to the office.

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