When JLL surveyed workers in April 2020, people said they want to work from home two days a week. When it asked the same question of 3,300 employees this March, people said they wanted to work 1.5 days from home. A third of workers have no desire to work from home.

But that wasn’t the only finding supporting the idea that work from home fatigue may be setting in. Last year, 48% of respondents said they were more productive at home than in the office. That number fell to 37% this year. Still, 88% want to choose their working hours. JLL also found at least 75% of workers missed being in the office at least part of the time and 80% prefer a hybrid approach.

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