Bosses Stay Remote While Employees Return To Work

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BOSTON (WBZNewsRadio) - As more and more employees return to work, a recent survey finds that more often than not, bosses are staying at home or working remotely.

The survey comes from the Future Forum, a consortium backed by Slack that conducts research on working culture. They looked at over 10,000 workers across the U.S., Australia, France, Germany, Japan and the U.K. found that 35 percent of non-executives were now commuting into the office daily, while only 19 percent of executives are doing the same.

Future Forum defines “executives” to be anyone in the C-suite, or those with the title of “president”.

The survey also looked at work-related anxiety and found worse scores for non-executive employees. Future Forum calling it a "troubling double standard in who is feeling the pain of return-to-office policies."

WBZ's Laurie Kirby (@LaurieWBZ) reports

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