Young employees are losing out 'on a lot' by not going to the office, business experts say
Research shows that many younger employees are feeling increasingly disconnected and committed to their jobs while working from home.
There’s hidden value, he adds, in in-office interactions that can’t be replicated over Zoom.
“You get to watch how your co-workers interact with each other, listen to office gossip, and get a stronger sense of what skills the organization values as well as the direction they’re heading,” Cappelli says.
It’s difficult to master communication skills and build the relationships with co-workers that help you feel connected to your organization and better understand your job in a remote environment, Bryan Hancock, the global head of talent work at the management consulting firm McKinsey & Co., tells CNBC Make It.
A different poll of more than 500 college students and recent graduates in July from Generation Lab, a research firm that tracks youth trends found that 40% of college students and recent graduates prefer completely in-person work.
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