Toy men looking at dotted lines on paper Just like COVID has impacted everyone in different ways, everyone will have different concerns and priorities when they contemplate returning to work. (Image: Shutterstock)

People have adjusted to working from home for over a year now, but many companies are beginning to think about transitioning their employees back to the office. For many, the thought of returning to a traditional office setting after enduring the drastic changes that COVID brought can be overwhelming and anxiety-inducing. While employees may be excited to see old co-workers or meet new ones in-person for the first time, the anxiety that comes with this transition can’t be ignored.

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