Shockingly, forcing people back into the office does not lead to higher profits

A new report has revealed that return-to-office mandates, implemented by many of the world’s most influential companies in the months and years following the pandemic, aren’t actually leading to bigger profits.

As the world began to return to normal, CEOs shared the many claimed benefits of working in the office, not least because impromptu meetings could improve collaboration and productivity (a key word used by business leaders that ultimately means profit).