Whether you’re ready or not, your employer may soon ask you to return to the office as the nation attempts to resume business amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. JDP recently surveyed over 2,000 Americans to learn more about their feelings on returning to office life during Covid-19. They found that 86% favor a staggered 4-day workweek to limit the number of people in the office. 69% of respondents said they trust their coworkers to respect their personal boundaries in regards to Covid-19. 63% said they have issues being tested by their employer for the virus or for antibodies. 62% of Americans think people who return to the office earlier will be favored by management. When asked about precautionary office measures, American workers prefer: 1. No handshakes, hugs or fist bumps 2. Limited people in the office 3. Keeping workstations six feet apart 4. Limited people in the elevator 5. Daily in-person screenings. Their full findings can be seen in the graphic below from JDP.
Survey: How Americans Feel About Returning to Work
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