Two young, masked professionals bump elbows in greeting at the office. Eighty-six percent of respondents with hybrid policies said they were worried about maintaining company culture and employee engagement, while 53% said they were concerned about making sure they applied hybrid work flexibility fairly. (Credit: Halfpoint/Adobe Stock)

While the light at the end of the tunnel appears to be in sight when it comes to the COVID pandemic, many employers are still struggling more than two years after they were forced to completely reimagine their workplaces, according to a report from Littler Mendelson

Littler Mendelson’s survey of 1,275 in-house lawyers, executives and human resources professionals identified their top concerns as managing vaccine mandates and new sick and paid family leave mandates, and building a strong company culture when a significant swath of the workforce works remotely.

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