The percentage of firms recommending or mandating in-office attendance, generally for three days a week, has increased since the first of the year, and six of 10 firms in a new survey from Savills are adopting or considering flexible offices or hoteling.

Savills’ Law Firm Return-to-Office Survey, with about 70 firms participating in the survey conducted in mid-May, found that 90% of firms surveyed have implemented a policy regarding in-office attendance, with 50% recommending a level of attendance and 34% mandating it. The majority of firms recommend or mandate attendance three days a week.

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