In recent years, organizations have been hard at work reviewing, renewing, articulating, and disseminating their corporate purpose. Renewed corporate purpose statements have more explicitly centered human-centric values, such as employee well-being, growth, and inclusion. This has been a good thing: Gartner research shows that businesses who put these human-centric values front and center see better talent and business outcomes. However, return-to-office mandates, if not done strategically and transparently, can feel like an about-face in employee flexibility, autonomy, and well-being, and starkly at odds with a human-centric corporate purpose. The authors identified three imperatives to help leaders navigate the return-to-office revolution in a way that strengthens, rather than damages, employees’ connection to the organization and its purpose.