Millions of workers shifted to working remotely as the COVID-19 pandemic began to rage in 2020. Now, executives at companies such as Twitter and Walt Disney Co. are saying it is time for employees to return to the workplace. But many employees balk at coming back after almost three years of flexibility. Surveys have found that a majority of employees who can work remotely want to keep a remote or hybrid schedule, and some say they will quit if forced to return to the office full time. Many say remote and hybrid work have improved diversity, equity and inclusion as employers are able to attract a wider range of talent from across the country. More disabled people have entered the workforce, and members of marginalized ...

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