After working from home for months, some people can have a work-life balance due to their flexible schedule. Without the commute to and from work, life did seem easier. People didn’t have to get up early to commute and beat the traffic.
For some employees, there were fewer distractions now that staff didn’t have to go to a meeting physically and fewer interruptions from other chatty employees. Lunch and coffee breaks may not have been as long when the kitchen is only a minute away.
With most employees at home, there was no need to rent a big office or waste money on gas since the gas price was always fluctuating. By cutting back on expenses, employees have extra monthly money to pay off their debt, bills, groceries, and other miscellaneous things.
If employees’ work-from-home arrangement has changed their life for the better, those employees are going to remain loyal to their employer. No need to jump ship if there’s smooth sailing in this employer-employee relationship.