Most workers in Manhattan will continue to work remotely at least partially even after the pandemic ends, according to a survey of major employers by The Partnership for New York City.
About 56 percent of office employees in the city will continue to work remotely at least part of the time, the nonprofit organization found in the poll. Industries such as technology, real estate and other large employers plan to implement a so-called hybrid work model, meaning some days in the office and some days working from home, the organization said.
Most of the employers surveyed (61 percent) won’t require vaccinations for a return to in-person work, while 37 percent will actively encourage employees to get vaccinated, the survey showed.
The Partnership for New York City is composed of nearly 300 chief executive officers, representing New York’s largest private sector employers.