#1. Employees would rather quit their jobs than give up working from home.
“I had just had it.” The final straw for Portia Twidt came when she received a request for an in-person meeting. As the world of work transitions into a post-pandemic future, employers looking to entice employees back the office are facing resistance from those who have embraced remote work as their new norm, according to Bloomberg News. Instead of falling into line, though, many employees are doing what Twidt did: they hand in their resignation. “They feel like we’re not working if they can’t see us,” she said. “It’s a boomer power-play.” Read more here .