ASE Releases Results to its 2022 Post-Pandemic Remote Work Survey - American Society of Employers - Heather Nezich

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ASE Releases Results to its 2022 Post-Pandemic Remote Work Survey

Media Contact: Heather Nezich, ASE, 248.223.8040, [email protected]

Troy, MI - November 28, 2022 --- ASE, one of the nation’s oldest and largest employer associations celebrating 120 years of service, has released its 2022 Post-Pandemic Remote Work Survey results.  The short pulse survey examines the current state of remote work for Michigan employers.  The data suggests that most employers are mandating a minimum number of days for in-person work or have fully returned to the workplace.

Highlights of the ASE 2022 Post-Pandemic Remote Work Survey include:

  • Out of the 138 companies surveyed, 43.5% require all or most employees to return to the office for a minimum number of days per week.
  • For the companies that require in-person work for a specific number of days, 45% require three days and 43.3% require two days onsite.
  • 30.4% require employees to be in the office full-time.
  • Just 3.6% have transitioned to a fully remote model.
  • Of those companies maintaining remote work, fewer than 15% are looking to bring employees back to the office in the short term (i.e., 6 to 12 months).

The survey was released by ASE President & CEO Mary E. Corrado. “Based on the findings, it is clear that employers are maintaining remote work to some extent, but the number of employers requiring in-person work is on an upward trend.  Given the competitive market for talent, it is important for companies to find the right balance of in-person vs. remote work that works for both the employer and employee,” stated Corrado.

Background information on the ASE 2022 Post-Pandemic Remote Work Survey

138 organizations from across Michigan participated. Organizations with fewer than 100 employees made up approximately 49% of the survey sample, while organizations with between 101-500 employees represented nearly 38% of the sample. The remaining 13% of the sample came from organizations with more than 500 employees.  A variety of industries are represented in the survey, with durable goods manufacturing (37%) leading the pack. Trades and services (21.7%) were the second-largest industry representation.

ASE members can access the full survey results in the ASE Member Dashboard.

About ASE

ASE has been Michigan’s trusted HR partner for 120 years.  ASE is a non-profit, membership organization – everything we do is based on the needs of members and to drive the success of their organizations.  ASE strengthens organization's HR departments by offering member benefits and discounted services that span the entire employee lifecycle including recruitment, development, and retention while minimizing compliance risk. We provide our members guidance through new legislation and workplace issues such as those that occurred with the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about ASE at



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