How do employees feel about returning to the office? Insider wants to know.

Nike HQ Nike will soon require workers in its Beaverton, Oregon campus to work three days a week in person.

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Offices across the US and around the world are reopening.

As vaccination rates increase and COVID-19 cases decline, companies are grappling with how or if workers should return to their offices. Some companies, such as Nike, have announced a plan for an initial hybrid model between working from home and in the office. Other companies have not yet declared what their back-to-office plans are.

For many, a return to office life isn't as simple as flipping a switch and undoing a year of new work-from-home habits. Eighty-three percent of employers said remote work was successful for their company, according to a January 2021 study from PWC that surveyed 133 executives and 1,200 office workers throughout November and December 2020. Fifty-five percent of employees said they would prefer to remain remote at least three days a week.

Insider wants to know how employees feel about returning to work - and how the process has gone thus far. Fill out this Google Form to share your experience and a reporter might get in touch to include your account in the story. In some cases, anonymity may be possible.

Click here to fill out the form.

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Tags: Work, Design, Office, US, Trends, Tech, Nike, Pwc, Retail, Survey, Apparel, Beaverton Oregon, Shoshy Ciment, COVID, Getty Natalie Behring


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