Carmine Di Sibio on the labor market: Ratio of layoffs to hiring ‘a small amount’
Ernst & Young Global Chairman and CEO Carmine Di Sibio joined ‘Mornings with Maria’ to discuss the labor market, and provide his take on employees working from home and its impact on commercial real estate.
As pressures increase for remote workers to return to the office in 2023, more companies are assessing the ways in which their workforce will contribute going forward – with some adopting more hybrid approaches to location.
Carmine Di Sibio, global chairman of consulting firm Ernst & Young, joined the growing list of experts saying workers need to return to the office at least part-time in the post-pandemic age, telling FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo on Wednesday that work-from-home employees should begin to trickle back into the office at least three to four times per week.
"I'm a big proponent of people being in the office, at least for some periods of time," he said at the Davos summit during a special episode of "Mornings with Maria."
"I'm not saying they have to be in the office five days a week, but three days makes sense, [maybe] four days," he added.
STARBUCKS CEO MANDATES CORPORATE EMPLOYEES RETURN TO OFFICE AT LEAST THREE DAYS A WEEK