Throughout the extent of the Coronavirus pandemic, many companies across America halted in-office operations and transitioned workforces to operate remotely. As companies worked year-round to develop strategies for office re-entry, planning efforts continued to shift as new information was presented daily. One year later, now with vaccine in distribution and decreasing positivity rates, companies have a renewed focus on planning for when and how to bring employees back into the office.
In its latest "Office Re-Entry Index," LaSalle Network collected responses from 350 Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operating Officers, and Human Resources and Finance leaders on sentiments and plans for returning to the office. This is the first installment of an ongoing series LaSalle Network will produce over the next 12 months to continue gauging office re-entry efforts.
This index includes information on topics such as:
- When and how companies plan to bring employees back into the office
- Structuring and leading hybrid workforces
- Vaccination trends