The return-to-office trend doesn’t mean quite what you think

New analysis of office activity in July shows that more people are going back to the office but only about one day per week.

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More people went back to the office in July but they only showed up about one day per week, according to a new report. In the Return to Office Tracker Report, scheduling platform Robin found that the average U.S. office had a 43% increase in the number of employees returning, and a 45% increase in desk bookings month over month. The analysis found that the average U.S. office capacity went up to nearly 30% for July.

The analysis crunched the numbers from desk, conference room and office asset reservations from Robin’s global customers to track the global return-to-office trend. Users can reserve spaces and desks via Robin’s platform, check out office maps and…

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