Here’s a thought. If you adopt a “three days in, two days out” for your workforce then they might all come in on Tuesday-Thursday leaving the office a barren wasteland either side of the weekend. It also means that you’ll be leasing capacity for 100% of the workforce for 100% of the time but be using less than 70%. I’ve also seen companies try to break this down by functional teams, but then there’s much less opportunity for cross functional in-person working.
It would be better to create a collaboration space to encourage both team & task meet-ups as suggested in this article…:
[…]A Gallup poll indicates that almost half of America’s workforce wants to continue working from home. What began as a strategy to avoid Covid-19 transmission …[…]