The lyrics to a song that became popular at the end of World War I chronicled domestic concerns about U.S. soldiers’ reluctance to return to their family farms after experiencing European city life and Parisian culture during the war. Today in the wake of the pandemic, many businesses across the country may be experiencing similar sentiments. Employees who had no choice but to work from home when Covid forced a national shutdown have gotten used to the freedom and flexibility remote work affords.
Viewpoint: Getting employees back to the office will take more than a comfortable chair
June 5, 2023