American CEOs are far more optimistic about office returns than they were just a year ago, and many also plan to reward employees for coming back. Those are two of the top takeaways from the 2023 U.S. CEO Outlook survey by corporate-services firm KPMG, which found 62% of respondents believe corporate employees whose roles used to be based in the office would again be working in the office in the next three years — a huge jump from the 34% who believed that in 2022.
CEO sentiments on the return to office are evolving. Here’s what’s changing.
October 11, 2023