Study: Wisconsinites believe workplace should be optional

In a recent study by Dolman Law Group of 5,650 workers over the age of 18, 72% of Wisconsin employees believe that returning to the workplace should be optional. The study seems to point to employees remaining nervous about their health, their fellow colleagues following safety protocols, and their employers providing a safe working environment.

The survey also revealed that 72% of employees would report a colleague for not following COVID-19 health protocols and that just one in three workers believe the mental health benefits of returning to the workplace outweigh the risks of COVID-19.