The appeal of working from home in your yoga pants and taking your dog for a walk during coffee breaks may be waning. Many American workers want to return to the office – yet they also find it hard to give up some of the flexibility and self-determination they gained during COVID-19’s long work-from-home experiment. As with many things in life, the ideal solution lies in the middle. Amanda Mull, a staff writer for The Atlantic, reports that working from home two days a week will turn out to be a win-win for employers and employees.
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Amanda Mull is a staff writer at The Atlantic.