Terminal's findings point to some concerns employers may have about the long-term viability of remote work even though they are not necessarily representative of all employers. Gartner, for example, found in a recent survey that more than 80% of company leaders planned to permit employees to work remotely at least part of the time upon reopening from the pandemic. And more than half of HR professionals in a survey by workplace social networking service Fishbowl said they would choose to work from home permanently if their company permitted doing so.
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