In a move that directly reflects CoreNet Global’s research on the future work week, Uber has told office employees to come back 50 percent of the time. 

“The company is asking employees to be in the office 50% of the time. That time can be split up in whatever way works best for employees and their teams, Uber’s chief people officer, Nikki Krishnamurthy, wrote in a blog post. That could mean one week on, one week off, or three days one week and two days the next week, for instance. It’s a slightly different model than many companies have been choosing, where they ask employees to come in a set number of days each week,” according to CNBC.

In addition “Spotify adapted a “work from anywhere” model, which allows employees to choose whether they want to be in the office full time, be at home full time or a combination of the two, the article said. 

CoreNet Global’s COVID tracking surveys of corporate real estate executives have consistently indicated that the work week will be spent 50 percent in the office and the remaining time between homes and other remote locations.