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An overwhelming majority of office workers want a staggered four-day workweek to limit the number of people working onsite during the pandemic, according to survey results released Wednesday by JDP, a Pittsburgh-based company that conducts employee screenings.
Eighty-six percent of the 2,038 people surveyed said they favor such an approach. The survey also found that 31% favor weekly COVID-19 testing for all workers, and 20% say they want daily testing.
Other survey highlights include:
When asked about precautionary office measures, workers prefer, in order: no handshakes, hugs or fist bumps; a limited number of people in the office; keeping workstations six feet apart; limiting the number of elevators; daily in-person screenings.
The survey was conducted online June 12-16, according to JDP.
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