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While some industries have already returned to the office, other employers globally are considering hybrid work schedules as part of their return-to-office plans. In some cases, employees can opt into such a schedule at their own volition, while other employers require that employees must be present in the office on certain days or for a certain percentage of time. Here are some items employers in the United States should keep in mind as they continue to welcome more employees back into the workplace.

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