This article was originally featured in Forbes.

It’s been well reported that the shift to remote work has taken a toll on our professional lives, families and psyches. For some, going back to the office may not be as simple as making sure the gas tank is topped up for the morning commute.

Those planning a return to working in person need the expertise, energy and collaboration of various leaders in their organization. But they also need to be cautious about letting their reopening enthusiasm blind them to the potential security challenges. Let’s be frank — there will be staff that welcomes the move with open arms, while others will blame executives for “forcing” workers back to the office.

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