Survey: 4 in 10 employers would fire workers for not returning to the office

SMALL BUSINESSES are split on whether they would fire employees that refuse to return to the office, according to a recent national survey conducted by Digital.com. /COURTESY DIGITAL.COM
PROVIDENCE – Four in 10 United States employers said they had or will fire workers that will not return to the workplace full time, according to a survey conducted by Digital.com. The results come from a survey of 1,500 U.S.-based small-business owners conducted in April. Another 39% of employers in the survey said they would…

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