Nearly 40% of workers would consider quitting if their bosses made them return to the office full-time, a new survey shows
- Many workers would consider quitting their job if they couldn't work remotely, a new survey showed.
- Out of 1,000 adults surveyed, 39% said they'd consider quitting if they couldn't work from home at least some of the time.
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Some employees have enjoyed working from home so much that they'd rather quit their jobs than go back to the office full-time, according to a new survey.
Out of 1,000 US adults polled in May, 39% said they'd consider quitting if their bosses weren't flexible about them working from home. The Morning Consult survey was first reported by Bloomberg.
The survey showed that 49% of the respondents who said they'd consider quitting were millennials and Gen Z - i.e. adults born after 1980.
Many global companies are embracing a hybrid work model as staff start to return to
Some have decided to redesign the workplace for more collaboration, and keep solo tasks for remote working. Others will cut back on office space entirely.
But some firms, such as JPMorgan, are not won over by the idea of
Chris Biggs, a partner at the consultancy firm Theta Global Advisors, told Insider that
"You could do a lot of damage to those who don't want to go into the office," he said, adding that employers shouldn't force people to come into the office.
A FlexJobs survey released in April, which polled more than 2,100 people who worked remotely during the pandemic, found that 58% would "absolutely" look for a new job if they couldn't continue remote work in their current role.
Just 2% of respondents said they wanted to work in the office full-time.
The survey also found that the main benefits of remote work included cost savings and avoiding the office commute. More than a third of those surveyed said they saved at least $5,000 a year by working from home.
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