Survey: Only 22% of NYC’s major employers plan to return in-person work full time
Some people in the Hudson Valley may never be required to commute to the city for work again.
A new survey shows only 22% of New York City’s major employers plan to require office workers to return in-person full time after the pandemic is over.
The survey was taken by the Partnership for New York City business group.
The goal was to estimate if Manhattan's 1 million office personnel would keep working remotely or head back to the office.
About half are expected to return in-person by September, and 9% aren’t expected to return at all.