A new study by Microsoft has revealed the three key pivots leaders must make to successfully adapt to the new way we work. They include ending productivity paranoia, embracing the fact that people come into physical offices to be together, and "re-recruiting" employees.

"People are working more than ever, while leaders—already worried by signals of macroeconomic decline—are questioning if their employees are being productive," Microsoft analysts write in a report breaking down its recent survey of 20,000 people across 11 countries. The study analyzed trillions of Microsoft 365 productivity signals, LinkedIn labor trends and Glint People Science findings.

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