Survey: 15% of Employees Would Feel a High Level of Stress if Required to Return to the Office
We surveyed nearly 600 employees in a wide variety of industries throughout the U.S. and Canada to get their thoughts on returning to the office and how a company vaccine mandate would affect their stress levels.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across the world are faced with a number of difficult decisions regarding how and where their employees conduct their work. It’s true that with technology in 2021, many of the tasks workers perform can be done from home, or otherwise remotely, but it’s by no means the case for every kind of business, and in-person work is certainly not exclusive to folks wearing blue collars.
With that in mind, we decided to survey employees in a wide variety of industries—including digital marketing, web design, and many more—in both the United States and Canada about their stress levels related to going back to a shared office space. Here are the results from nearly 600 respondents.
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Jason is focused on the voice and strategy of UpCity’s written messaging. A former newspaper reporter and editor—and winner of an Illinois Press Association award for sports column writing—Jason has extensive communications experience in a wide variety of interests and industries. He has spearheaded content initiatives in the agency world as well as at major companies such as State Farm and DocuSign. Jason believes in the 3 Cs of written messaging: Be clear. Be concise. Be consistent.