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Federal Workers Resist Going Back to Work In-Person

Pennsylvania street with federal buildings | Image by Shutterstock/Orhan Cam
Pennsylvania street with federal buildings | Image by Shutterstock/Orhan Cam

The Washington Times is reporting that many federal workers have not going into the office consistently following the COVID-19 lockdowns, raising questions about productivity and whether they will ever be expected to maintain a regular office schedule:

“President Biden officially ended the national COVID-19 public health emergency one year ago, but federal agencies have struggled mightily to get employees back to their offices — and some are still trying to figure out how to monitor those working from home.

“The White House has set a goal of 50-50, which means employees with office jobs are expected to spend at least five days out of every 10-day work period in the office. Agency chiefs say they are striving to meet that goal, though anecdotal reports suggest attendance is sparse. Independent studies agree.”

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