Because of mid-week office crowding—or the tendency of hybrid employees to show up at company premises on the same days—a reduction in office attendance won’t necessarily correspond to a proportional decline in space requirements.

That’s the upshot in a research note from JLL. Those who are able to fashion a hybrid-work solution may favor being in the office on the same days, especially during the mid-week. For some it may be because the companies require attendance on certain days. For others, it may be because staff is so eager for the human social interaction or work collaboration or both that occurs when they’re in the office together.

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