How to approach remote work in 2022

“An increasing number of employers expect remote work to become the new normal. Remote work does not seem to hurt productivity, and there is a growing realization that reversing remote work practices after a year or more would be difficult.” The article states.

Here we find ourselves three years into the biggest transition in human history and I ask you this: is remote work for everybody?

  1. Remote employees save an average of 40 minutes daily from commuting.
  2. Since 2020 people have been meeting by video calls 50% more since COVID-19.
  3. During COVID-19 close to 70% of full-time workers are working from home.
  4. After COVID-19 92% of people surveyed expect to work from home at least 1 day per week and 80% expected to work at least 3 days from home per week.
  5. 23% of those surveyed would take a 10% pay cut to work from home permanently.
  6. People are saving on average close to 500 dollars per month being at home during COVID-19. Resulting in savings close to $6000 per year.
  7. A mere 20-25% of companies are paying some of the cost for home office equipment and furnishings.
  8. 81% of those surveyed believe their employer will continue to support remote work after COVID-19.
  9. 59% of respondents said they would be more likely to choose an employer who offered remote work compared to those who didn’t.

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