In-office Work Increases By 40% In May

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According to the third installment of the Robin’s Return to Office Tracker series, the total number of employees working at least once from the office increased by 40% in the United States compared to April 2021.

With more than one million desks, conference, and office reservations analyzed by Robin’s data team, the average office capacity of U.S. companies rose to 17% in May, up 7% from April.

According to Zach Dunn, Robin’s co-founder and vice president, this “confirms a trend we knew, people aren’t rushing back to every day in the office.”

For more information, read the original story in TechRepublic.

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