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Last month, I noted that staffers work from home just fine. Yes, I know some companies, including Zoom, demand that employees return to the office after making their fortune with remote work. And Congressional Republicans want to turn back the clock with its SHOW UP Act.

So, what? There will always be moronic managers — ignore them. It would be best to focus on getting the most from your remote workers as quickly as possible.

Before diving into that issue, let me give you some facts about labor today. Anthony A. Reynolds, CEO of HR company HireVue, put it this way: “The Great Resignation isn’t over. The truth is we’ve just gotten used to higher quit rates from workers who are unsatisfied and seeking better opportunities.”

How much higher? According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there are still 9.8 million job openings. Of those, 4 million were from people who quit their jobs. “There aren’t signs of this slowing down — we’ve just gotten used to a baseline of higher quits,” Reynolds said.

Why are people quitting? In part, it’s because they do not want to return to the office.

A recent study from the Conference Board, a business think tank, found that almost half (48%) of workers still want to work from home. Susanna Mittermaier, clinical psychologist and founder of Pragmatic Psychology, agreed. “To reduce stress, employees need to know that they have choice over their own work conditions, feeling like they are contributing in a meaningful way, and feeling appreciated. Being forced to work in a location that does not suit you, with no meaningful well-being support, is a surefire ticket to psychological difficulties.”

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