Return to what? People flock to sports, movies and restaurants but stay away from the office
Published March 2, 2022
Employees often say working from home has improved their personal lives and job performance. In one survey, 42% of remote workers said they’d look for another job or even quit if forced to return to the worksite.
But companies believe in-person work creates a stronger culture, more collaboration and better mentoring. Law firms in D-FW have been especially effective at getting employees back into the office.
“I think it’s a personality type,” said Chris Schwegmann, a trial lawyer and managing partner at Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann in Dallas. “As early as June 2020, our folks were just begging to come back to the office. They said they’d wear masks to get back in.”
Read the entire article in The Dallas Morning News.