Here's a thought, why not analyze what positions and employees have done well working from home and those that haven't. Those who did well and want to continue working from home, should continue to do so. Those who didn't, or just want to return to the office, have them back in the office. WFH has been a HUGE source of enjoyment for me. I'm more productive, less stressed and happier overall. My management is happier with me. Thankfully my team has the flexibility to continue to work from home if we wish (or come back to the office, or work hybrid). I think the days of mandating a position that can be remote to be strictly in the office is a losing proposition.