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Why employers are struggling with their return to office plans

Employees and employers are at odds on remote and hybrid work post-COVID; HR has an important role.

3 ways HR can support mental health as workers return to the office

HR leaders can rely on their creativity, compassion and transparency to ensure mental health support is both visible and tangible.

The top reasons to tread carefully with your return-to-office plans

One expert calls it 'a dangerous time' for employers to draw a line in the sand regarding remote work.

Where mental health fits in your return-to-office strategizing

As workers redraw boundaries between work and life, they need employer support, experts say.

Number of the day: return-to-office delays

A majority of employers are rethinking their return-to-work timing due to the Delta variant. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.

Number of the day: returning to the office

The vast majority of employers say they have a tentative date to bring workers back. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.

Employee anxiety about returning to the office is sky-high. Now what?

New research from Limeade raises concerns for HR leaders planning to bring workers back.

Requiring employees to return to the office? Get ready for them to quit

'Companies that refuse to adapt to remote and hybrid workforces will absolutely lose out on talent,' says one expert.

HRE’s number of the day: workers’ comfort over office return

Employers are thinking about their reopening plans–but employees aren’t ready to go back to the office.

Will hybrid work schedules move to 4 days in the office?

Such a move would notch up the more typical three-day in-office schedule. Here's what is driving the change and ways to minimize pushback.