Back to the Office Confidence Statistics

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Slightly over half (53%) of workers expect to be back in a physical office full-time within the next six months.

What modifications of an office and office procedures would give workers the most confidence in returning?
Temperature scanning (49%)
Touchless door entry (34%)
Mask detection close behind (32%)
Touch-free sign-in and sign-out for contact tracing (30%)
Social distancing measures (29%)

Most common protection being offered by companies.
Providing masks, hand sanitizer, or other gear (73%)
Increasing cleaning protocols (59%)
Enforcing physical distancing (55%)
Requiring temperature checks or thermal scanning for on-site access (48%)

Top five factors that would make them feel comfortable interacting with others in an office.
I am vaccinated (48%)
My coworkers are vaccinated (35%)
Social distancing at work (34%)
Mandatory mask wearing in the workplace (33%)
Wide availability of the vaccine to the public (30%)
Requiring sick employees to stay home (29%)

Only one out of 10 working consumers said nothing would making them feel comfortable working in an environment around other people.