A survey revealed that 72% of Black Americans prefer a return to office setting more than work from home. The survey was conducted three years after the COVID-19 pandemic forced several businesses to immediately stop employees from coming to work.In the past few months, several reports about the return to office and work from home settings revealed that businesses in the U.S. are divided. Some companies allowed their employees to continue working from home, while others are requiring employees to return to office.
According to McKinney, in June, 1,500 full-time employees working in corporations were surveyed on how a return to office setting impacts their productivity. The survey revealed that 63% of the employees stated that a return to office setting increased their productivity. with the Generation Z feeling the positive impact more.
Black Americans Prefer Return to Office Setting
According to Winokur Munk, a recent survey interviewed 210 Black Americans and 72% of them stated that a return to office setting improved their productivity. Overall, the employees cited that the top reason for an improvement in productivity is more efficient teamwork.
On the other hand, 11% of the Black Americans stated that a return to office worsened their productivity. Overall, the employees cited that the top reason for the decline in productivity is stress and difficult work and life balance.