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This open-source resource was designed to help you make better decisions on your Return to Workplace plans by curating and compiling other company's public plans, resources, templates, articles, and research to help you make more informed decisions.

The events of 2020 propelled companies several years into what we once called
future of work

As we begin designing our Return to Workplace plans, we’re building on a lot of uncertainty around timing, hybrid/remote, safety, and how to design our people programs in an equitable way for all employees.

More than half of employees who said they can do their job from home would prefer doing so all or most of the time after the pandemic ends
— October
by the Pew Research Center

This resource is designed to help business leaders calibrate their decisions with external benchmarking and resources to help them land on the best decisions for the companies and their teams.
Special thanks to SiNing Chan, Ciara Lakhani, Dipti Salopek for their contributions to this project.

Made with ❤️ by r/HR.

🏢 Company RTW/Hybrid/Remote Announcements & Plans 💻

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