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Roughly 58% of companies reported employees were working in the office less often than executives expected, according to an August survey from CBRE.

It’s a noteworthy metric given the reported post-Labor Day push for bosses to expect more in-office time for their staff members. This leaves open the question of whether employees will actually return at a regular cadence that endures over time, CBRE writes.



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