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By the end of the year, most of the companies that plan on returning to the office will have made the transition, but the move is taking longer than anyone expected.

“The good news is that we expect a return to office to pick up momentum. The challenging news is that it is taking time. My boss Richard Barkham likes to say that this is happening at a glacial pace, and I would whole heartedly agree with him,” Julie Whelan, global head of occupier thought leadership at CBRE, said in a recent webinar hosted by CBRE to discuss the 2022 US Occupier Survey.

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