Two reports out this week don’t look promising for companies that are trying to get their employees back in to their offices. 

According to Bloomberg, a new survey shows that 65 percent of workers who said their jobs could be done entirely  remotely were willing to take a 5 percent reduction in compensation to stay at home. 

And a CNBC post says that Roughly 1 in 3 workers back in the workplace said the return-to-office shift negatively impacted their mental health, according to a June McKinsey survey of 1,602 employed people.

‘Workers who experienced declines in their mental health were five times more likely to report taking on reduced responsibility at work. 

Meanwhile, another 1 in 3 workers said going back to an office had a positive impact on their mental health, with the primary benefit being they feel more engaged upon their return.”