Pre-pandemic, working from home was slowly gaining traction. However, there were still plenty of concerns about productivity, security (keeping confidential IP under tight wraps), employee wellbeing and team morale, to name a few. But when lockdowns hit, businesses that were not already set up for remote working had to invest in new infrastructure and processes to adapt. Changes included everything from security measures to protect IP to buying employees new home workstation gear—and the reported results from over a year of remote working have proven there has been a huge shift in both employee and employer attitudes to working from home.
This survey of over 1,000 workers was conducted as a follow-up to a previous survey 6months prior. The purpose of these surveys was to gather responses across more than a dozen sectors and explore peoples’ health and safety concerns about returning to work and their preferred working arrangements (on-site, remotely or a hybrid of the two).
Download the report to understand employees’ concerns and how best to address them as you welcome employees back to work.