Many employees remain reluctant to return to the office — even on a part-time basis as part of a hybrid workplace — and many managers plan to step up enforcement of attendance policies. That’s according to a new survey by technology firm Capterra, which found 74% of managers said they will factor office attendance into employee reviews. Another 46% said they have already cut or plan to cut pay or benefits for employees who did not comply with office attendance policies. Experts have warned employers about the risks of being too rigid with their hybrid setups due to the tight market for talent, but many believe companies will increase their focus on in-office time if the economy turns south after previously embracing a more laid-back approach during the hybrid shift.
Many bosses plan to clamp down on hybrid workers
November 9, 2022