More Workers Are Back in Offices
It’s still nothing like before COVID-19
The early results are in: The return to work is working.
Office occupancy hit a pandemic high over the last week according to data tracked by Kastle Systems, a security company, with 10 of the country's top metropolitan areas seeing an average of 47.5 percent of workers swiping into offices compared with pre-pandemic levels.
That's up more than nearly 4 percent from the week before Labor Day, when bosses drew the latest line with the push to return to offices. At the same time last year, the national average was less than 31 percent.
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