Businesses Are Ready to Embrace Remote Work. Employees Aren`t Convinced

Two new surveys of people forced to go remote show productivity up, yet burnout close behind.

Two new surveys show that teams forced into remote work during the pandemic are split on whether they want to continue working remotely going forward. However, in those same surveys, many business leaders responsible for the bottom line are planning to make remote work permanent.

Whereby, a company that provides video collaboration, surveyed 1,500 British professionals who began working from home following stay-at-home orders....
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RSK: I still do not think the need for office space will shrink that much. Employees will need more separation between each other hence even if some workers work remotely; those who are not will require more space. Interesting to see how this plays out...



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