Many workers are preparing to head back to the office for the first time since the start of the pandemic; with the continuing surge of the delta variant, however, employees are questioning how long certain work policies will last.
CEO and co-founder of the online career platform, The Muse, Kathryn Minshew joined FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria” to weigh in on the debate between remaining remote and returning to in-person work setups. Minshew suggested a worker’s age impacts an employee’s work environment preferences, noting a disparity between younger and older generations.
“The further along someone is in their career, the more likely they are to have a better work-from-home setup…They’re less likely to crave that in-office environment,” Minshew said.
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“Whereas a lot of the younger workers are, particularly Gen Z and early career millennials, many of them are still starting out. They still feel like they need to establish themselves, build those connections and mentorship.”
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