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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

New survey finds that three days of office working per week is optimal

2023-10-10 12:58

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New survey finds that three days of office working per week is optimal

Three days of office working per week is optimal for key aspects of employee engagement and workplace culture.

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Ipsos Karian and Box research has found that three days of office working per week is optimal for key aspects of employee engagement and workplace culture.

 

However, while convenient and economical, remote and hybrid working do have their drawbacks, too. Less in-person exchange is affecting advocacy, career progression and – particularly for younger workers – mental wellbeing.

 

Read their findings in ‘Making the Case for the Office’. 

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