The Wall Street Journal recently reported that some large companies -- including UPS, JP MorganChase, and Boeing -- are "requiring full-time attendance for at least some segment of their workforces. The push for in-person attendance reflects a desire among top executives to fully repopulate offices and to return to prepandemic ways of working. Some CEOs say it is unfair for corporate employees to do their jobs remotely part of the time while front-line staffers must show up daily." Do you agree with that statement? Is your company requiring employees to return to the office? Do you believe offering remote . . .