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The end is near! Not in the impending doom way of early-2020, but it looks like we’re nearing the end of the pandemic. Employers are anxious to get people back in the office, which of course, comes with never-before-seen stumbling blocks. So, can you have your staff return to the office? Can we decrease Zoom fatigue and focus on building meaningful work relationships. B.C., or before COVID, about 20% of the U.S. workforce worked remotely. By December of 2020, that percentage reached 71%, and unsurprisingly, not everyone wants to stay at home. Remember when you could come into work, focus on your job for eight hours and then go home to your kids? For everyone ready to get back to fewer disruptions and trips to the break room instead of the kitchen, we have a clear checklist for employers to make their office safe and welcoming and answers to your top questions.