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Companies that are requiring a return to offices face pushback. Those with looser policies find that flexibility makes recruitment easier. ‘I will find somewhere else to work.’ Remote workers don’t want to go back to the Office for a second time. “It’s finally time to come back for good, or at least show up part of the week.”

Some of the economy’s most in-demand employees are about to find out how much power they have over where and how they work. Employees who fled the Bay Area and other high-cost tech hubs earlier in the Covid-19 pandemic now face hard choices.

Employees who fled the Bay Area and other high-cost tech hubs earlier in the Covid-19 pandemic now face hard choices. How the emerging power struggles play out will be a telling indicator of how much leverage remote-work converts have as more employers call staff back to offices.

Two-thirds of the workforce said they would find a new job if required to return to the office full-time. Of those who quit their jobs in 2021, 35% cited wanting to move to a different area. Some tech professionals have already thrown down the gauntlet.
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