Should employees who have been working remotely expect extra perks or pay in exchange for returning to the office?

BANKNEWPORT is one local employer offering free food to workers to ease their transition back to the office. Above, from left, are employees Nickolaus Weidinger, Ryan Camara, Carolyn Odell, Wendy Kagan and Alexandra Sousa. PBN PHOTO TRACY JENKINS
While one national survey recently found that four in 10 U.S. employers would fire workers who refuse to return to the workplace full time, several others claim many remote workers would quit on their own if forced to give up working from home. On top of that potential workplace showdown, some businesses are still having…

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